Meteorologist And Climate Scientist Swear Thundersnow Is A Very Normal Thing Before Beginning Next Fun Round Of Russian Roulette
Khon Kaen, Thailand -- As thundersnow pelted the Northeast United States this past week, meteorologist Michael Summers and climate scientist Stephen Trilutzki assured concerned citizens across the globe that this sort of weather is perfectly normal and expected, as they began their next round of Russian Roulette.
“You have to understand, I’ve been giving the weather on television and radio for over three decades,” a jittery Summers said as his hand noticeably shook. “There is nothing unusual or out of the ordinary at all with this thunder and lightning during snowstorms. Happens all the time.”
Trilutzki backed up his fellow weather expert. “Look, thundersnow is just the Lord’s way of saying we failed. Failed to take care of this earth, failed to treat the environment as we would treat our brothers and sisters around us. So it’s perfectly expected and we should have nothing to worry about,” Trilutzki mused as his eyes looked somewhere out into the distance.