Here we go again. Stormland TV wants to tell us fine South Dakotans about the dangers of snow and wind (something they call a blizzard, I guess, who knew?), and they do it in about 4-5 different ‘computer models’ with one model giving us 10+ inches and the other just rain. But of course it all has to do with the ‘temperature’ and when it changes.

No shit Sherlock. You mean as it gets colder rain changes to snow? Get the F’ck outta here! I thought maybe little snow elves decided when to make snow.

Enough already. Please simplify the forecast and move one to REAL NEWS. Let me help you;

Sioux Falls Saturday Forecast

Morning rain changing to snow by afternoon. 1-12″ inches possible by Sunday morning.

How fricking easy was that?

2 Thoughts on “Another Blizzard of the Century

  1. Ghost of Dude on April 3, 2009 at 6:46 am said:

    Better do what they do in the south and run out to buy up all the bread and milk before the storm hits.

    Yeah, I don’t know why either. It was something I noticed down south. If the weather dude said snow was even possible, the bread and milk would be gone from the store within two hours. Then we’d get maybe an inch of snow, shool would be canceled, and there would be mass chaos on the roads until noon, when the snow all melted and people went back to their pre-armageddon lives.

  2. l3wis on April 3, 2009 at 7:02 am said:

    Is it a Southern tradition to make French Toast during a snowstorm?

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