You may have heard that a storm is heading toward Club Penguin Island. Warm waters from the coast of South America have caused a severe lightning storm, then the Jet Stream (a real fast moving air 200 miles in the atmosphere) has now caused the storm to move in our direction. For weeks now, the weather bulletin have been tracking the storm and predicting when it will make landfall. Now we know for sure all of the storms details.
This year Club Penguin turns 9! Hooray!
Every year, there's an exclusive party hat, only available at the party.
UPDATE: I'm silly and did not realize everyone knew the hat color already. Here is a new question: What color or design would you like to see for future party hats?!
Leave your suggestion in the comments below! And make sure to join us in the Coffee Shop Oct 23-29 to pick up your hat :D
-Club Penguin Team
I know, I know, it's Friday. Let's just say that most Penguin of the Week posts will be on Thursday from now on... but not today! :D
Ice Rose8 is a kind, thoughtful person who loves to make new friends on Club Penguin and has developed a reputation for being a bit of a game expert (and enjoys sharing her knowledge with her fellow penguins). Not only that, but she likes to do some brill volunteering with her school! Keep it up! :)
Leave your POTW nominations in the comments below! All POTW winners get 10,000 coins and the epic POTW background for their player card.
-Club Penguin Team
Apparently, noting interesting has been happening in Club Penguin. If there's nothing interesting on cp, we won't post anything.
P.S. Top Stories will still be updated
A stormwatch has been added to the blog sidebar. Because it's our first storm detected, we'll name it 'Frankling'. However, here's a possibility that a storm from the Volcano may cause a storm too. In 2009, a storm was caused for pollution and smoke, thus changing the climate and making the storm. It's unlikely there will be a storm from the volcano, but see our blog for more info!