Have you caught the fever? Like many, Justin Dunning has caught Pokémon Go fever.
“Out with some friends enjoying some Pokémon Go.”
Dunning and his friends are spending their evening along the Ohio River, searching for the perfect Pokémon species.
“Especially when it’s nice outside in the evening and stuff, better to go out and see if I can catch some Pokémon.”
“A nice evening like this will have many of you out playing the new game Pokémon Go, just like me, it turns out certain kinds of weather, can actually increase your chances of catching specific Pokémon species.”
“Like when it’s raining or something maybe some water Pokémon, water type Pokémon come out.
Like Squirtle or if lightning is nearby you may even find Pikachu.
“I’d say it’s just a reason, for some friends to gather up and go outside and to enjoy downtown or someplace they might pop up.”
Whatever the reason, make sure you are weather aware on your next Pokémon Go adventure.
In Paducah, Jason Lindsey for WeatherNation