Friday, July 2, 2010

Citizens Bank Weather Ball

The sequencing is a little off on this one, but you get the idea.


  1. When the weather ball is red, higher temperatures ahead
    When the weather ball is blue, lower temperatures are due.
    Yellow light in weather ball means there will be no change at all.
    When it blinks in agitation, means there will be precipitation.

    After working at Citizens for 21 years I think that is imprinted in my brain. It was a great place to work....

  2. It would be nice if someone found the song that went with it and posted it here.

    Some of the song lyrics were changed to match the music.

    The last line on the song version was:

    When the colors come and go, it's going to rain or snow.


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