Absolutely devastating scene coming out of Austin, Texas.
Nah, nothing serious happened. It’s just the weatherman in the area absolutely sent Texas Longhorns fans away in tears before their team even played against Alabama this Saturday.
Austin meteorologist Avery Tomasco, who shares he is a proud Texas A&M alumni in his Twitter bio, thought he’d go ahead and get his local viewers in their feelings before they get their heart ripped out when the mighty Alabama Crimson Tide come to town on Saturday.
He hilariously tweeted out:
“BREAKING: I know it’s early, but I’m expecting a flash flood warning to go into effect at 11 AM on Saturday in Austin.
A mix of longhorn sweat and tears will lead to rapidly rising water levels in DKR. Please plan accordingly! Turn around, don’t play Bama #atxwx”
BREAKING: I know it's early, but I'm expecting a flash flood warning to go into effect at 11 AM on Saturday in Austin.
A mix of longhorn sweat and tears will lead to rapidly rising water levels in DKR. Please plan accordingly! Turn Around, Don't Play Bama #atxwxpic.twitter.com/NMR1d8zXKT
And for those who don’t get it, Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers got his car towed away during their game against Louisana-Monroe last weekend for parking in the wrong spot.
Absolutely brutal scene.
I gotta hand it to the guy, it’s pretty bold to make this kind of move, considering he’s the main meteorologist in enemy territory, and Texas Longhorns fans are a RABID fanbase.
But hey, not all heroes wear capes, and he might be doing Texas fans a favor by preparing them for the bloodbath that might occur during this game, considering they’re playing the number one team in the nation.
I hope with every bone in my body that this is going to be a great game, but I just don’t see it.