By: Sysero , 6:51 AM GMT on December 27, 2012
I am Sysero.
I do weather in a unique way.
I'm not the old fashioned weatherman your father used to watch on the local news. You know to whom I'm referring: the very serious and professional guy who discussed frontal boundaries whilst parts of his body disappeared in front of the blue screen.
Nor am I the even older weatherman your grandfather used to watch; who wielded a car antenna-like-thingy in his hand, pointing at magnetic meteorological icons clinging precariously to the United States map on a pin-up board.
In short, T'is not me.
"So, you're like the people on the Weather Channel?"
You see, I take meteorology so seriously, that I am compelled to present the weather to the public in the most unserious manner possible.
In short, I'm not boring or condescending. I make the weather funny and entertaining, keeping it down to earth and avoiding the pitfalls of boring complex terminology. I mean, why call it a ridge of high pressure, when I could just say:
"Ok, so there's this blue H here."
See? Concise, to the point, and well... Interesting! And as an added bonus, my forecasts tend to be pretty accurate. Therefore, if I tell you heavy snow is coming your way, prepare for it cause it's a fact! If I say it's going to be cold, don't fill up the kiddie pool! If I say severe thunderstorms are heading towards you, put the seven iron down! If I warn that you're going to get 164 feet of snow tomorrow, well... In that case, I slipped and hit my head in the shower, and you should believe that I believed such a thing when I said it.
See you soon!
The views of the author are his/her own and do not necessarily represent the position of The Weather Company or its parent, IBM.