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November 07, 2012


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Thank you for the condolence examples. I find condolence notes some of the hardest and most important writing I do.

To bring a bit of levity to an otherwise serious topic - I share the National Weather Service's stance regarding winter storm naming. Just say no! I will not participate in The Weather Channel's attempt to make itself more important and dominant in the weather news arena by allowing spreading the abomination that is winter storm naming.

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Jennifer, thanks for stopping by and commenting. Also, thanks for pointing out that the National Weather Service does not name winter storms. I had not realized that, and I wonder how they refer to them.

I have to say that I prefer names for momentous things like storms. "Superstorm Sally" will click for me much longer than "the huge storm that hit the East Coast at the end of October 2012."


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