If I’ve learned one thing in life, it’s that you should always take the weather report with a grain of salt. You simply can’t predict the weather. The top meteorologists are wrong half the time. They always say that there will be a big storm on Wednesday, and that you should buy bottled water and cans of food and invest in umbrellas. Then Wednesday rolls around and it’s eighty-five degrees out and you kick yourself for not going to the beach. I will only trust the weather report a few hours in advance. Most of the time I just look out the window. If it looks shitty out, I’ll grab a hoodie. It if looks really shitty out, that’s when I’ll check the weather report online to see if I should bring an umbrella. I don’t need the umbrella more times than not. The weather report is simply a guess, an educated estimate, but nature does whatever it wants to do.
Critically Rated at 10/17
Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young