You may have already heard the news. My good buddy Phil failed to see his shadow. Or as I prefer to think of it, after allegedly living for over 100 years, he has finally learned to tell the difference between his shadow and a coyote. Anyway, this is what you get when you let a rodent predict your weather.
Good call, Phil.
On the other hand, his predictions aren’t any less accurate than my local meteorologists’.
What your weather-predicting folks say, and what they really mean. Why do we even bother?
Late Frost Warning: I think it’s funny to see people tuck their azaleas in at night!
Here’s a look at the Doppler: Swirly, colorful pictures make me look wise. Like Gandalf.
Maps are so pretty! Studies show that just by presenting a map, my IQ has gone up 15 points in your eyes. You are not supposed to notice that I was too lazy to draw the individual states.
High Today: I might be.
Partly Sunny/ Partly Cloudy: Depends on my mood. If I’m glum, you get partly cloudy. If I have a date with a model after work, the world is partly sunny.
Seven Day Forecast: I’ve been playing with my Magic Eight Ball.
Heat Advisory: It might actually snow.
Slight chance of showers: Build an ark.
School walkathon this morning. The weather report said “Rain won’t move in until after 10am. Oh, really? So why is it pouring on my head as I walk home at 9:15? Haven’t we had this discussion already?
I consult Jojo the Dojo.
Look at the wisdom in those whiskers
He says it’s going to be a wet day. But that’s what he always says. Because he’s, well, he’s a fish.