While Japan was hit by heavy snowfall recently, Fukui prefecture reached a record-high of more than 1.30 metres last week. For some, it was a good reason to snuggle up in warm blankets at home, or to never leave the kotatsu — a low, wooden table covered by a futon, with a heat source underneath. For others, it was prime time to build snowmen, snow Pokemon, snow Totoro, and in some instances, chillingly eerie snow Noh masks. 親の車埋め尽くしたった pic.twitter.com/zfxbxkICYU
People in Singapore have once again proven to be a witty bunch in the face of adversity, not even allowing the worst flash floods to dampen our spirits and sense of humour.As areas such as Bedok and Tampines on Monday (8 Jan) saw high water levels after a heavy downpour, memes, photos and videos began to flood – pun intended – social media feeds, complete with hilarious captions.
As a woman who works, getting dressed everyday isn’t as easy as, say, throwing on a jacket. The process of putting together an appropriate outfit gets even tricker when you’re on TV on a daily basis and delivering the weather report in front of a green screen. Liberté Chan, a meteorologist in Los Angeles, California, ran into what can be considered a hazard for her line of work when she chose a dress of the wrong color — literally.
Ginger Zee defended herself against a hater. No one, at least not compared to how many people are going to see Ginger Zee, Good Morning America's weather anchor. The 33-year-old’s outfits are seen—and judged—by millions each morning. You on the other hand look ridiculous [in] tight leggings and tight top[s] [are] not appropriate and look stupid with heels,” Carol Ann posted on the TV personality’s Facebook page.