It’s Looking Like a Scorcher. And a Trampler.
Is that a screaming growl coming from the harbor? Better see what the forecast has to say.
“…should be cooling off into the evening hours. Then Tuesday, as you can see, we’re looking at a big spike in the temperature thanks to a high pressure system arriving out of the north right at the same time we’re predicting Khan-Basthraa the demon-god to arrive out of the sea. Expect slight rampages on and off throughout the afternoon, with occasional bursts of atomic fire-breath in parts of the city. Stay indoors if you can—but if you have to go outside for work, remember to dress comfortably, as you’ll probably be running for your life through the streets.”
Never fails, does it, Jim? Soon as there’s a holiday, the monster shows up.
“Sure seems that way, doesn’t it? But we’re expecting he’ll pass over on his way to fight the military in an abandoned rock quarry, and even though we may see a slight return on Thursday as he’s driven back into the sea, things should be clear in time for the weekend.”
Wear this shirt: Saturday, Sunday, or Monday if you expect to wear it at all.
Don’t wear this shirt: while doing the weather in front of a bluescreen. It’ll make it look like there’s a high pressure system in your belly.
This shirt tells the world: “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the creature spreads death, destruction and wholesale carnage.”
We call this color: Baby Blue Skies At Noon, Humanity’s Doomed
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