The short answer is: the indetermination of subatomic particles does
make the outcomes of pretty much every single thing somewhat indeterminate, at least in theory. In practice, quantum physics are able to predict some outcomes, in statistical terms. For instance we can accurately predict how a radioactive material composed of a large number of atoms will decay over time but not when each single specific atom will decay.
In short, macro events are the sum of many micro events. And we can predict somehow the outcome of a large number of micro events, statistically. That what makes some
(not all by far) macro events predictable, in spite of the quantic messiness underwriting them.