Donald Trump, sharpie in hand, made some bold predictions today about Tropical Storm Humberto. Shouldered by two new "official" White House meteorologists, Trump placed a map on a tripod and began drawing with his sharpie. He created several rings from the storm track towards the state of Alabama.
The current forecasts by most major weather models show the storm rapidly curving out into the Atlantic. Unlike Huricane Dorian, Humberto has never been shown to even approach the coast of the United States as strong jet stream winds are expected to steer it out into the Atlantic by the time it becomes a Category 2 Hurricane.
"We fully expect the illegal storm, Humberto, to enter the country illegally across Florida, and head directly into Alabama, while reaching a Category 5, which I have never ever heard of before, but I'm told this storm has great potential to reach this level," said the president. "We have asked customs and border security agents to be present to capture Humberto, and deport him immediately back to Latin America. But Alabama needs to evacuate now!"
The National Weather Service has denied even a shred of truth in the president's prediction. The Sharpie company has filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump and the White House to stop featuring their pens in these news photo opps with the President.