The wompiest of womps: According to the National Weather Service, this week will be the cloudiest on record since January of 2013. Reminder: It’s June.
New York City forecasts say that clouds will cover 70% of the skies—without a single break—until Saturday afternoon. And there’s not even a fun meteorological event happening. No terrifying rainstorms, no tornado vortexes, no freak hashtag-able weather accident. Nothing but “a slow moving frontal boundary.”
On the plus side, there are lots of ways to make the most of these next grey, grey days, including: 1) finally watching the depressing documentary and/or confusing art film you’ve been putting off, 2) feel a lot of feelings, or 3) continue never leaving your apartment.
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