This Tuesday, we can expect clear, sunny skies and a high of 66 degrees. A little odd for November, perhaps, but I’m not complaining. Wednesday’s prediction drops down from Tuesday’s to a chillier 46 degrees with scattered clouds. Sounds more like Rochester weather to me – definitely more expected. Thursday, we will have a predicted high of 38 degrees with snow and rain mixed in – wait, snow? Snow? In the same week as 66 degrees? Thursday, are you drunk? Thursday, it’s time to go home. And then, wait, more snow on Friday? Are you joking? I really don’t know how we’re supposed to dress for this weather. Ugh, and don’t even get me started on those days where it’s kinda warm-ish in the morning so you don’t take your heavy jacket, but then it’s unbelievably cold all of a sudden an hour after you leave your dorm room and you really wish you’d taken that damn heavy jacket. Should I get a hot Starbucks drink or a cold one? Long-sleeve or short-sleeve T? Oh, it’s also supposed to rain fire and sulfur on Saturday, so just in case you were looking forward to going out this weekend – sorry! Everything will probably be smashed to smithereens because of this hella crazy Rochester weather. Don’t bother reading next week’s weather report. You’re screwed no matter what. 

Peters is a member of
the class of 2018. 



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