Sky Reviews April 24-28

April 24 2017

April 24

April 25 2017

April 25

April 26 2017

April 26

April 27 2017

April 27

April 28 2017

April 28

by Joey Cifelli ’19

April 24, 2017

Today’s color hex is 79818A for all you pigment geeks out there. We have sure been seeing a lot of it lately, hopefully that will change soon. I have done some reading up on sky omens, and apparently gray skies signify nervousness. That is understandable, with AP exams coming up. Maybe some bluer skies will come soon after. Let us be thankful that this is not a red sky though. If you are a sailor, you will know what I am talking about. Those things are just the worst, bringing in horrible winds and tides. No thank you. 6.2/10

April 25, 2017

Well, nothing has changed since yesterday, which leads me to believe that we may have angered some sort of weather deity. According to Xhosa mythology, Xu is the supreme god of creation, and the weather. In Norse, it is the god Freyr, and Zeus in Greek. If anyone has been performing some sort of mythical incantation or ancient spell, that is probably the cause of this bland weather. Please stop angering the gods, whoever is doing this. Let us hope tomorrow brings more pleasing skies. 5.2/10

April 26, 2017

Honestly this is just ridiculous at this point. The sky seems unwilling to change face, even after three days of incessant nagging. This is eerily close to being a Groundhog Day situation, where we experience the same day over and over again. I do not remember what Bill Murray does to free himself from the cycle, but anyone who does know is welcome to tell me. I do not think we can take much more of this. 4.2/10

April 27, 2017

Well well well…the gray sky plague is finally showing a few chinks in its armor. We still have majority control by the gray, but there is definitely some blue noticeable in the upper left and right corners. Could this be a signal for a much greater change in the future? Hopefully so. Of course, this could also just be a fake-out, and nothing will change. I prefer to think of these blue whispers as a scouting team, readying for the vanguard to arrive. Tune in tomorrow to see the final results! 5.2/10

April 28, 2017

At Last! 10/10

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