Vox will no longer acknowledge the snow

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Vox is officially ending her weather coverage for the season by not acknowledging today’s weather-phenomenon-that-shall-not-be-named. She will not acknowledge said phenomenon in the future either. Vox, instead of going to class or acknowledging reality, plans on staying inside and away from windows so she can pretend it is warm outside. She will look at photos of what […]

It’s Called a “Moon Halo”

Last night, you may have noticed the peculiar ring around the moon. According to Georgia State, that was a “moon halo” caused by refraction off stratospheric ice crystals. The Farmer’s Almanac would like to chip in that a moon halo indicates impending bad weather, and that has a 90% chance of being true tonight. Photo Kirill […]

Thunderstorm fells trees, crushes cars in Burleith

This evening saw hurricane-like thunderstorms. In Burleith, the heavy rains and wind felled quite a few large trees, crushing some unfortunately parked cars. At one accident site (near the intersection of 37th and T Streets), the owner of a green SUV was in his car when a tree fell on it, but he was not […]

Are your graduation robes rain-proof?

We’ll weather the weather, whatever the weather, whether we like it or not! With Washington’s weather being rather schizophrenic as of late, we’re starting to worry if all the grand commencement ceremonies are going to be shipped indoors. What’s the forecast looking like? Well, not so hot. Almost all the events on Thursday and Friday […]

It’s not just you

It was cold today. Really cold. I’m not just saying that—it’s a fact. Well, it was published in the Washington Post, anyway. The floppy-haired weatherman on Channel 5 even said records might be set tonight. The historic low was in 1895, at one degree above freezing. So, if you’re considering skipping class because that walk […]