Yvonne rolled his eyes as he took a bite of his bagel, "Great, annoying sugar-high kids. My favorite." Yvonne said to himself sarcastically as he turned to go find his seat, only to catch another quick glance outside to see that it was, in fact, snowing lightly in the middle of Summer. "Wait, what!?!" Yvonne said in disbelief as he ran up to the window to get a closer look at it, motioning Siena to come look with him.
Back at the service station, Al just finished cleaning up the mess he created as he stopped himself from heaving another sigh. Al then checked his phone's clock before looking around the shop impatiently. "Where is he? he's usually never late!" Just then, Al noticed the light snowfall happening outside as a small smile crossed his face. Suddenly, a roar of wind louder than a jet engine was heard outside as a grey-blue bolt streaked by into the alley, blowing over the nearby garbage cans outside. "Right on time..." Al said to himself with a chuckle.
Suddenly, the cafe doors burst open as the possible source of the strange weather entered. He was a humanoid alpaca, much like Al, but he was even taller than he was and was packed with muscles. his wool was thick, white, and curly with deep brown skin underneath, giving him the appearance of an anthropomorphic storm cloud. He had light blue goggles on and wore a sky-blue sleeveless shirt with a swirling hurricane pattern on it with the text "Hurricane Warning" printed on it along with dark grey, comfy-looking sweatshorts. His rather icy and stoic visage scanned the shop, looking for someone. Al then ran up to him with a warm welcoming smile on his face, "Hey, Boreas!" He said excitedly. "Glad you could make it! How's it blowing? I mean, going?" Al said somewhat awkwardly, trying to to sound friendly and conversational with his friend.
Here are some drawings of our new arrival. Can't wait to see how he shakes things up.