What goes together better than cardigan weather and Taylor Swift? ‘Tis the damn seasonas the singer once said…
In honor of Swift’s new album, “Midnights,” which dropped at midnight Friday morning, NBC10 Boston Meteorologist Tevin Wooten pulled out all the Swiftie stops with his afternoon forecast Thursday. He fit in every song title — in order — from the new album.
“Just look at this joyous sky. On days like today, I’m seen as the hero, but earlier in the week, I was sort of the anti-hero, when we had rain, we had thunderstorms,” Wooten said, name -checking “Anti-Hero” after already working through “Lavender Haze” and “Maroon.”
At the end of it all, anchor Colton Bradford was left to make a dad joke-worthy pun: “Thank you so much for a very Swift forecast for us today.”
Watch the full thing atop this story, and Wooten’s captioned highlights below:
Taylor Swift is making rare comments about her relationship with boyfriend, Joe Alwyn. In a new video posted to Instagram, the “Lover” songstress announced the name of her new song “Lavender Haze,” and explained how it has a unique connection to her love life. “My relationship for six years: we’ve had to dodge weird rumors, tabloid stuff, and we just ignore it. So this song is about ignoring that stuff to protect the real stuff. I hope you guys like it,” she said.