Jacob Haller (jwgh) wrote,
Jacob Haller
jwgh

Accuweather greatest hits

Enough people have become my livejournal friends in the past couple of years that they might not remember the last time I posted with any frequency about Accuweather's odd explanatory graphics. As it happens I have some of the ones handy, so I thought I might run through them ...

From June 5 2005:

NUMEROUS

From June 7:

Persistent Chill

I think it was around here that someone realized that Accuweather is an excellent source for band names.

Then there was this on June 14:

HUMID / ITY SLICED

about which ceruleanst commented: 'You're kidding. I mean, okay, when the hailing thunderstorms hit here, I said, "I stand corrected. It is freaking numerous out there." But this? It doesn't even show you where the front is. Why is there a map at all?'

Then, on the the next day:

HEAT SHATTERED

while on the west cost giant atomic barrels menaced the Pacific Northwest:

BIG STORM BARRELS IN

On August 4 we get to play 'find the oxymoron':

BACKDOOR FRONT

In early December we are notified plaintively that WINTER HASN'T EVEN STARTED YET!, and we are introduced to the word 'JANUARYLIKE':

JANUARYLIKE COLD WED

and in February of 2006 there is an EXPLOSIVE L DEVELOPMENT:

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