Did you know they're naming winter storms now just as they do hurricanes and tropical storms?
Winter Storm Euclid, by the time it departs New England Thursday night, will have deposited snow from California's Sierra Nevada Mountains to New England. Unfortunately, this occurred not only during the Christmas holiday, but also in the peak travel period after Christmas Day in the South, Midwest, and East.
Say, let's name all weather events. Spring rain Percy. Ted the Tornado. Thunderstorm Eric. Cold Snap Martha. High Pollen Count Marvin. See if we can make those TV weather babblers feel as silly reading the stuff as they look delivering it.
Euclid. For Pete's sake.