LOL! Hilarious Goodbye to Winter by National Weather Service in Minnesota
Dear, Minnesota winter. We love you for a few moments, especially that first, magical snowfall. And then, you show your hate. You make us run to the store for last-minute supplies. You cause horrific accidents. And you literally FREEZE our faces. To say we have a love-hate relationship is not an understatement.
Now that we aren't completely frozen, I'm pretty sure all of Minnesota is on board with the latest statement about winter by the US National Weather Service Twin Cities.
National Weather Service in Minnesota Posts Hilarious Goodbye to Winter
I don't care if you love winter or hate winter, there is a time when enough is enough and I think most of us in Minnesota are there. In fact, I think the US National Weather Service Twin Cities Minnesota is sick and tired of reporting about the cold and snow based on their latest Facebook post.
If you haven't had a chance to see the viral post yet, here's what it includes:
- Obviously, the forecast...which if you look at it for the next 7 days, it is AWESOME! Thursday is going to be a high of 35 degrees. Friday is 10 degrees warmer. Saturday and Easter Sunday are 60! And then, the magic happens. We are going to have days next week where people will definitely be opening their windows and rocking those shorts that have been in storage.
- ...and then, the hilarious statement that will make you laugh (and I'm pretty sure is what everyone in Minnesota is feeling right now).
"Hey winter, don't let the door hit you on the way out!"
I got quite a few answers from people locally that matched a survey that was done by Heat Holders, but if one is missing, let me know! Sending me a message on Instagram or on my Facebook page - Jessica On The Radio.
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I really hope we don't have another blizzard and storm like the Polar Vortex a few years ago. That was BRUTAL. But that's not the only storm that has caused massive issues in Minnesota. Look through the list and see some of the top weather disasters in our state throughout the years. Some of these you might even remember!