The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced on Thursday that Hurricane Dorian is unlikely to impact Alabama, but that they probably would have deserved it if it had.
“The storm’s current trajectory will take it up the east coast, and Alabama will not feel any of its effects,” said NOAA meteorologist Norm Reynolds. “But, if it does happen to veer off course and hit them, I’d say they had it coming.”
Scientists admitted that hurricanes don’t typically choose where to land by pure chance, but that they often have a good reason for bringing destruction upon a specific state.
“You can call it fate, or karma, or divine intervention, or whatever,” said Reynolds. “But I think everyone can agree Alabama had better watch their back next time.”