Getting your morning forecast can be just as personal as getting your morning news — most folks turn to their phones, others may turn on The Weather Channel.
And some Bostonians put their trust in an amorphous, inter-dimensional entity from the “weather realm” who possesses the mind and body of a local Boston man.
The one-man meteorology service offers original forecasting via its “weather lair,” and its reports are served to readers with all the delivery of an angry, Caps Lock-engaged internet commenter who also happens to be on the peak of an acid trip.
The main show, Happening’s website — or “Webzone,” as he prefers — is an anxiety-producing homage to the awful web design standards of the 1990s, featuring a distracting animated background, clashing colors, and the rampant, all-caps, broken “internet English” for which Happening is so well known.
In other words: it’s hideous, but at least hilariously so.