DENVER, COLORADO - The Denver/Boulder Office of the National Weather Service will now include the new and specific forecasting of Chinook winds as they apply to the distribution of marijuana and other kinds of personal smoke down along the front range of the Colorado Rockies.
According to NWS weatherman, Chuck Connors, "Chinook winds occur in the interior West of North America and can raise winter temperatures, often from below minus 4°F to as high as 50-68°F for a few hours or days. After that, the temperatures will dive down to their base levels. The greatest recorded example of this happened in just 24 hours on January 15, 1972, in Loma, Montana. The temperature skyrocketed from minus 54 to 48°F."
It is expected that Coloradoian aficionados of weed smoking will be utilizing the new forecast information so they can plan their winter outings to coincide with the favorable Chinook winds.
According to the very successful WE NEED WEED campaign organizer, Ervin Macalbee, "We want to share our smoke, ya know, with whomever is in the area. We believe in freeing the smoke for all folk!"
When asked to comment about the new NWS forecast service, a spokesman for the Weather Channel said, "Shoot, we should have been the first ones to come up with that idea!"