Storm Dingleberry

Stop it.

Re Looby’s problems: The Met Office’s branding of weather events to increase its product’s marketability needs to be stopped: what’s good for creepy corporations ain’t necessarily good for nice individuals like Al Nino, and it is difficult to express degrees of risk using first names. The adoption of bum blast terminology would solve both problems. But now:

Oh! adorable Clouds, I revere you and I too am going to let off my thunder, so greatly has your own affrighted me.

See also ARuFa’s thunderbox adaptation of cajón technology.

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Last updated 02/01/2016

Kaleboel (4325):

The Clouds (1): The Clouds is a Greek comedy play written by the playwright Aristophanes.

Winter storm naming in the United Kingdom and Ireland (1): The United Kingdom's Met Office, in collaboration with its Irish counterpart Met Éireann, decided to introduce a storm naming system following the St Jude’s day storm on 27–28 October 2013 which caused 17 deaths in Europe and the 2013–14 Atlantic winter storms in Europe to give a single, authoritative naming system to prevent confusion with the media and public using different names for the same storms.The first windstorm to be named was Abigail on 10 November 2015.


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