Weather Update for Tuesday, January 23, 2018 – Winter returns for a few days Breaking 8.2 earthquake off the coast of Alaska and British Columbia. A tsunami warning was just issued
Snow will end this morning, but it will remain mostly cloudy and breezy today with much colder temperatures only holding in the low to mid 30s. Wednesday should be similar to today with clouds and seasonable temps, but then a warming trend starts Thursday and peaks Friday when highs will be near or above 50 degrees most areas!
Ok folks look, when a front moves into the area, it’s usually accompanied by high wind gusts. So we had high winds last night and what do we hear…. A bunch of you crying like little school girls. Well you were monitoring the status of the government shutdown, which by the way NOAA is a governmental agency, the winds pickup and you are like, “Oh they didn’t say anything about this”. Listen cupcake, we forecasted wind gusts up to 25 to 30 mph. It may have gotten higher in some areas in which God wanted to reek havik with a population of stuffy blowhards that He really does not like. We know this because some of our radars and satellite reception gear are equipped GTM (God Text Message). In the early evening hours, a message that simply said “watch this” with a smiley face emoji followed by a RFLMAO emoji appeared on our screens. Ok we have to run. Someone made the Boss mad. We don’t even want to tell you what was on the GTM!
We are getting reports of a 8.2 earthquake off the coast of Alaska and British Columbia. A tsunami warning was just issued.