To the editor:
I have a few questions for the weather people.
First of all, isn’t there always a 50 percent chance of rain. It will either rain or it won’t.
Does it ever get hot enough in the summer to fry anything other than an egg?
I would also like to know how hail was measured before golf balls were invented and what tornadoes sounded like before there were trains.
In the wintertime, doesn’t the rest of the witch get cold too?
Most of all, why does everyone worry so much how cold it is at the windshield factory?