Evidence: [today's Accuweather headline] "Groundhog Day Storm May Affect 100 Million People"
We're definitely encouraged by this report, but GSD is not falling for these meteorological shenanigans so easily. Let us review the indisputable facts: We've had seven big predicted storms since the beginning of the season. The first two in December missed us to the south, the next three hit us, and the last storm pooped out at the end. Three for six is a pretty good day at the dish for Jacoby Ellsbury, but--newsflash, peeps--weather isn't baseball.
Sorry again all you GSD Followers, but we think the storm will head out to sea for time number five. (The NOAA gang back us up on this forecast as well--try to siphon through this mumbo jumbo if you're up for it.) Will we be surprised if the storm curls to the north and wallops us? Of course not. But we're certainly not holding our breath just yet. There's no question it bears watching, but prepare for the reality of another full week of school. "April is the cruelest month"? We'll agree to disagree, Mr. Eliot.