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Witty and insightful. A must-reblog post. Suspense from lack of punctuation and resolution leaves the reader pondering possibilities late into the night.
This is among the more hilarious weather statements we’ve seen the National Weather Service issue. Washington, D.C. residents, get ready for a taste of everything.
If you live on the U.S. East Coast, March is the greatest time of year for massively confusing weather. Here in California, it’s all pretty much the same, but in places with things like seasons, March is when warm air masses start colliding with cold air masses, producing an unpredictable mix of snow, sun, and everything in between. One minute, you’re thinking it’s time to put away the sweaters and make room for more springy clothes. The next, you’re wondering where the eff you left those insulated mittens.
If you live in Washington, D.C., you may want to have both mittens and tank tops on hand. And an umbrella. Maybe some sunscreen. And a hat. Just bring everything. The National Weather Service issued the following forecast for this evening:
WE SOMETIMES SAY THE FORECAST HAS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE. I THINK WE CAN TAKE THAT LITERALLY AT THE MOMENT … AS THIS FORECAST HAS ALMOST EVERY POSSIBLE WEATHER TYPE/HAZARD … IN THE FIRST 36 HOURS. STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS … SNOW … WIND CHILLS… STRONG WINDS … UNSEASONABLY WARM TEMPS … UNSEASONABLY COLD TEMPS … POTENTIAL FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS … MINOR COASTAL FLOOD POTENTIAL … THERE IS NOT MUCH LEFT.
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