Nova Scotian man 'correctly' predicts Vancouver's stormy weather? (VIDEO)

Dec 19 2017, 8:27 am

Simply put, we’re not too sure what to make of this but we had a good chuckle out of it.

Last Wednesday, a man from Sydney, Nova Scotia under the alias of ‘dogsandwolves’ posted a YouTube video alerting Vancouverites of an incoming weekend wind and rain storm. The video is not to be taken seriously as he is part of the web’s “Onion Ring.” In the past, as shown on his YouTube channel, he has done many similar satirical weather forecasts of other locations.

At the time of publication, the video received more than 100,000 views and a largely positive rating.

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From the caption on the video:

Powerful Storm is on its way for Vancouver British Columbia and it will bring periods of Heavy Rain and Very Strong Winds along the Coast of British Columbia and Vancouver Island and the Powerful Low Pressure System is off the west coast of British Columbia and it will bring Big Waves on the Beaches and Shores of British Columbia and Vancouver Island and People in Vancouver Be Prepared have your Rubber Boots and your Rain Coats and your Rain Suits Ready and it will bring up to 50+ mm of rain in Greater Vancouver and Vancouver Island and it will also Affect Sunshine Coast and Chilliwack and Abbotsford and Hope too and Don’t open up your Umbrella or your Umbrella will be broken from the Real Strong Winds and the Heavy Rain and Very Strong Winds will also affect Victoria British Columbia too and Have your iPads, iPods, Cell Phones and Tablets Charged and Order your Pizzas and Chinese Food and when the Power Goes out have your Flashlights, Candles, Extra Batteries and Crank up Radio Ready and Don’t Drive your Car Through the Flood or your car will get stalled and When you go for a walk wear your Rain Gear and Don’t Walk through the Puddles and when you are driving your Car Avoid the Puddles and it will rain Sideways in Vancouver too and the Winds will gust over 100 KM/H especially on the Coast of British Columbia too and the waves will be Very Big at the Beaches and Shore too.