Your 5-Day Dallas Forecast as Movie Villains
Looks like your weekend is about to get T-1000ed.
Sure, you know it's raining and today has a general crapturdness about it, weather-wise. But what does the rest of the week have in store? We're so glad you asked. We've got the best 5-day forecast in Dallas for you, right here.
Behold: Your 5-day forecast as Movie Villains.
Wednesday: Hans Gruber
It's scary out there now, but it'll be alright by the end of the night. Keep your shoes on.
"Yippe kayay, muddafuk."
Texas Legends vs. Oklahoma City Blue
TicketsFri., Feb. 24, 7:30pm
Stockyards Championship Rodeo
TicketsFri., Feb. 24, 8:00pm
University of North Texas Mean Green Mens Basketball vs. Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles Mens Basketball
TicketsSat., Feb. 25, 2:00pm
Dallas Sidekicks vs. Ontario Fury
TicketsSat., Feb. 25, 7:00pm
Thursday: The Sexual Chemistry Between Hayden Christensen and Natalie Portman in Star Wars Episode II
It's going to suck. All day. Like full suck.
Friday: The Six-Fingered Man
It'll be kinda nice in the morning and then totally shitty rainy later in the day. At this point, after about three days of shitty rainy weather, you'll really start to feel the rain torture set in.
Your Saturday is about to be T-1000ed. It's going to rain on your outdoor plans all day, and you might end up getting chased by a metallic cop on foot who looked super nice to start, and then turned into a total assbutt.
I hope you didn't plan to fly a kite.
Sunday: Lord Business from The Lego Movie
Everything is going to turn out to be fucking awesome. The rain will go away, the sun will roll in, and everything will be bike-riding and meadow-frolics.
Overall, your weather for the next five days is a solid Edward Rooney. Buckle up, wait it out, and enjoy the sun once it finally shows its sun face again.
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