That was the weather report from local channel KDKA in Pittsburgh yesterday. This is a mash up of “as dry as a bone” (extremely dry) and “clear as a bell” (very clear). The weatherman was discussing a very clear and dry (little humidity) day and managed to describe both in one nice malaphor! I think this should be in our standard lexicon to describe those beautiful clear, dry days, don’t you? Hats off to Bill Shaffer who heard this beauty.