Springfield, MO – Local meteorologists and news stations have commemorated yesterday’s weather activity with a novelty flip-book now available at any area news station front desk. Tired of settling for convenient digital solutions the Ozarks news crew bonded together to produce a 142-page graphic representation of the approaching storm clouds in a paper medium.
“Seriously, a flip-book? I knew people were crazy about storms around here but that is just a little bit extreme. What’s next a scrapbook of 3 hours’ worth of clouds?” said Nixa resident Sal Fureal. According to sources, a scrapbook will be available during the next summer thunderstorm. “Aw seriously!?” cried Fureal.
A news release explained that weather reporters are always super-freaky-psyched about any sort of abnormal weather and the collective radar watchers wanted to mark the occasion with something noteworthy. “We have digital libraries, radar tracking, time lapse footage and witness reports, however we rarely have the opportunity to honor God’s breath with an old-fashioned flip-book depicting the rolling thunder and howling winds,” said KSPR Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lighty.
KSPR, KY3, KOZL, CW, KSFX, KDEB, KRBK, and the letters KLMNOP will all pitch in to produce the flip-books. For those less throwback inclined an iPhone flipbook app and nook download will be available.
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