And no, it wasn't Northern Lights eco-porn this time.
It was the 10-day forecast, which included a promise of the MAYBE-once-a-summer-if-we're-lucky stretch of uninterrupted warm and sunny weather better known to the rest of the country (and many other parts of the state) simply as "summer."
"Idontknowwhattodowhatshouldidoshouldihikeorgardenorpowerwashandpaintorwhatshouldido?!" asked one local resident, who appeared pale, Vitamin D-deficient, and drenched in mud and rain.
He was actually talking to himself when he asked this question, so we don't have an answer right now. But don't go away. We'll be back next week with an important updated report of every single thing that person did in Juneau over the past 7-10 days.
At press time, cries of "YES! YES! YES!" could be heard echoing through the streets and mountains, like Meg Ryan's famous diner scene in When Harry Met Sally, except for real.