This is an advisory from the Bernal Heights Seasonal Transition Monitoring Group.
Following a routine chromatic analysis of Bernal Hill conducted last Saturday, Bernalwood scientists have concluded that our neighborhood will soon complete its annual transit from Wet Mode into Dry Mode.
As you can see in Exhibit A (shown above), while a few patches of aquagenic greenness remain, most of Bernal Hill has already been overtaken by the onset of aridity-induced brown. If present trends continue, the Brown Transition is expected to resolve itself within the next 10 to 14 days.
Do not be alarmed. The onset of Brown is a routine cyclical event, and Green Season is expected to return sometime around mid-November. Keep calm. Carry on. That is all.
PHOTO: Telstar Logistics
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