A year ago, the S.
Weather Services team began building a storm shelter in a vacant lot in the heart of downtown, where the weather office was housed.
It was a huge undertaking that took several months, but it finally went up last weekend.
On Sunday, it was finished and a handful of residents had the chance to get to know it for themselves.
The shelter was decorated in colorful, white-painted, neon-green-colored, red-and-black-and yellow colors, which looked like they’d come from a cartoonish movie or from a Disney film.
Inside was a small, square, steel-framed building about the size of a room, and inside that was a single wooden door with a small opening.
Inside the door was a black curtain.
It had a plastic door handle.
The door had no latch.
A sign on the door told people to “open it when you see the rain.”
Inside that door was an oversized, orange, black-and white water bottle with the word “weather” on it.
Inside that bottle were a number of water bottles with the words “weather.”
There was also a red bucket with the phrase “S.F.” and the phrase, “Weather.”
Inside the water bottle was an aluminum canister with the number “848-849-4.”
Inside was an empty water bottle, a white-and green umbrella, a large bottle opener, a plastic bucket, a metal umbrella, and two metal chairs with two black and white chairs with a large red and black, white, and green banner with the Sf Weather logo.
On top of the two wooden chairs was a red-headed, white dove that stood upright, with its head tilted toward the front.
On the left side of the dove was a yellow umbrella that had an orange and black outline around it.
On its back was the Sb Weather logo and a small green arrow pointing down.
Inside each of those wooden chairs were a black umbrella with a white outline around the edge.
The umbrella also had a small yellow arrow pointing up.
On either side of each of the wooden chairs there was a white dove with a red and green outline around its body, and a large yellow arrow pointed down.
On one of the large wooden chairs, there was an orange umbrella with the symbol of the Sfs.
It also had an amber outline around and around the wings and the head.
On each of its wings was the number 848.
On those wooden seats was a large wooden bucket with a green and red outline around one side, and yellow and white umbrella with red and white outline on the other side.
The bucket had a blue, white bucket handle.
It appeared to have been made out of a black, foam-like material.
It’s clear that this bucket was made out with foam.
It could have been used to water a dog or an insect or a bird or something.
On all four sides of the bucket was a long, thin, black hose with a brown hose handle and a long yellow, white hose handle.
On that black hose was a green hose with the red and blue outline around each side.
On both sides of that green hose was another yellow and green hose.
On a black rubber hose were two yellow and black rubber spouts.
On this rubber spout was a blue hose with orange and red on one side and a green on the second side.
That orange and blue part was a hose that could be used to drain a hose or to turn water on a stove.
On these spouts were two more yellow and blue spouts and a hose hose that used the same hose handle that the previous spout had on.
On two of the spouts was a light blue rubber hose.
At the top of that spout, the red outline was a brown circle.
This was probably used to indicate the direction the water was going to go in, like from south to north.
At each end of the red circle was a big red and orange arrow pointing to the left.
This arrow was a little more straight, but still had a bit of movement.
On three of the three spouts there was another light blue arrow pointing toward the right.
This is another indication of a storm system approaching.
The three spout spouts are the first in the SFSs history.
At this point, there were about four to six people standing inside of the shelter.
One person was holding a red umbrella.
Another person was looking at a window.
The third person was leaning against a wall.
And then there was this guy holding a bottle of water.
I mean, it looks like he’s carrying a bucket or something, but he’s not, he’s just holding the umbrella.
And he’s pointing down at the ground.
So I think he was holding the water. And on the