Friday, August 19, 2011

In Case You Were Wondering, . . .

National Weather Service Watch Warning Advisory Summary: THE CITY OF HOUSTON AND COLLEGE STATION HAVE REACHED 100 DEGREES EVERY DAY IN AUGUST. IT WAS ONLY A YEAR AGO (AUGUST 2010) THAT THE FOUR PRIMARY CLIMATE SITES RECORDED THEIR WARMEST AVERAGE MONTHLY
TEMPERATURE. THE RECORD WILL BE SHORT LIVED.

AUGUST 2011 WILL CRUSH...SMASH...OBLITERATE...DESTROY AND ANNIHILATE THE PREVIOUS WARMEST AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE BY AT LEAST 2.0 DEGREES AND IN A FEW LOCATIONS BY 3.0 DEGREES.

THE CITY OF HOUSTON...HOUSTON HOBBY AND COLLEGE STATION ARE CURRENTLY ENDURING THEIR WARMEST YEAR TO DATE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN WEATHER HISTORY. THE CITY OF HOUSTON AND HOUSTON HOBBY ARE ALSO REPORTING THEIR DRIEST YEAR TO DATE RAINFALL. COLLEGE STATION AND GALVESTON ARE REPORTING THEIR SECOND DRIEST YEAR TO DATE RAINFALL.

6 comments:

Richard R. said...

In Alvin, however, things are cool and rainy, right?

Bill Crider said...

Hahahahahahaha!

Jerry House said...

If this keeps up, you may not have a lawn for kids to get off of.

Bill Crider said...

Hardly anyone has a lawn now.

Gerard said...

Don't worry about College Station. The Aggies can grow their crops with Brawndo.

Anonymous said...

But Bill, you know there's no such thing as global warming or climate change. Rick Perry said so.

Jeff