I am a very picky weatherman.
I want my day to start at 5am in the morning, not at 4pm at 7pm in the evening.
And I want to do it at a time when I have an easy escape, rather than a fight to win.
So I’m always on my toes.
I can’t take the weather for granted.
I’m constantly checking the forecast for weather.
I’ve been doing it since my first day of kindergarten.
In the early days of my job, I was so concerned about the weather that I never even bothered to go outside.
But it was a lot easier to be outdoors when I wasn’t being chased by zombies.
When the game launched in March, I felt like I had to take a break from playing to go play it.
I also spent my evenings checking the weather, and checking my Facebook feed for updates.
It’s one of the reasons I started Fortnites in the first place: I wanted to be a better weatherman than most.
I could always check the forecast in the future, but now I can get it all in one place.
It took me a long time to adjust to the fact that my job wasn’t really for me.
As a teenager, I used to do odd jobs for my mates at work: I’d walk down the street and pick up some paper.
It was a way to do some homework, to make sure my work was being done.
And at one point, my job was even to help my parents make a new bed.
But then I got to university and found a new career.
I got a job working at a supermarket and started to do things like look after people.
I was happy.
I had my work to do.
But I still had to check the weather to make certain that I didn’t miss any important appointments.
I’d just like to make a few quick trips to the post office.
If the weather is good, I can just grab a bag of paper and go.
It makes me feel a bit better.
It doesn’t really help me with my work when I get home at 6pm, when I’ve already been out for dinner and a shower.
And so when I look back on my first few days as a weatherman, I have a different outlook.
I realised that I had a different skill set to other people.
That’s the first lesson I learnt when I got the job at the supermarket.
As the weather changes, I find it easier to focus on my task.
I find myself being more patient, because I know I’m doing it right.
I feel more relaxed, and I’m not so worried about my safety.
I enjoy the process, even though I’m only doing it for a few hours a day.
The weather is also a good way to gauge how long I’ll be able to survive without my food.
If I’ve got no food to eat, I’m just going to sleep until I have some to eat.
I have to plan my next move.
I do a lot of research, looking at the weather forecast, so I know where to be when.
But the weather has made me more confident, and it also made me aware of the risks of my work.
I realise that if I’m going to be out in the weather at the weekend, I’ll have to make my plans carefully.
I need to have a plan in place if I get into trouble.
The last time I got into trouble, I made a poor decision.
It involved a huge amount of research about the dangers of running the store.
I went into the store to get food for the day, but I left a few weeks later with nothing.
The shop was packed, and there were no signs of people.
The police were called, but they said they were just looking for the customer, and wouldn’t make an arrest.
But in my head, I knew that if we got arrested, we’d lose the business.
And we were in a really bad position.
There were too many people, and we had nowhere to run to.
So we just had to keep walking.
And it’s one thing to run from a fight, it’s another to run into the police.
In some ways, I’ve learnt from the mistakes I’ve made.
I still do some research about weather forecasting.
But my main skill set has changed: I now understand the weather better.
And there are a lot more people around me who are doing similar work, too.
In fact, I could tell that a lot has changed in the way the community is approaching weather forecasting: People are getting more professional and aware of weather.
In a lot a ways, it means that Fortnets’ weather has become a lot safer, too, thanks to the help of other people, especially when it comes to the weather.
Fortnauts can have the same weather as everyone else. I