Weather never looked so sexy. Meteorologists across the world are so excited by computer stimulation models that they can't stop staring at them."Computer Models have curves and bust out of the flat-screen monitors whenever they anticipate a storm," explained, Jim Cantore, The Weather Channel's well-known and intrepid reporter. "Really, nothing is more of a turn-on than a computer model, especially the infrareds. First, I just can't stop looking at them lustfully, then suddenly my body temperature becomes destabilized. I'm hot, I'm cold, I have so many different sensations as my blood pressure goes up and down. Once a computer model is on my radar, I just can't get it out of my system."
Which is what The Weather Channel is counting on. Meteorologists now want to share these models with the world. "We have compiled a datebase for all those folks who want to get close-up and personal with the gorgeous and diverse computer models out there," announced Cantore.
Meteorologists forecast that the public is going to love America's next top computer model, "It's exciting because you never know for sure what to expect with a top model. If atmospheric conditions are right, you can really have a great time, but computer models aren't always predictable. You never know which way the wind is blowing and sometimes you can get the big chill. In other words, have some fun, but be cautious.There is always a chance that a top computer model's mood might change with the weather."
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