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You Don't Have to Be in Kansas

YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE IN KANSAS With all the record number of hurricanes bombarding the islands in the Caribbean and the USA , the national weather bureau here on the top of Mount Everest has the world's most prominent meteorologists clamoring and disputing about why are only hurricanes being given names. "What about a simple drizzle?" was asked by the esteemed weatherman, Al Roker. There are the trade winds and the Santa Ana winds and of course the wind they called Mariah. So,these prognosticators and elite forecasters have decided that many of the unheralded weather terms be given their duly deemed nomenclature. For example, there's the front known as Stationary Stanley, Warm Front Wendy, and Rainy Ralph. Breezy Betty and Light Shower Lennie were among the names chosen. Let's night forget Overcast Oscar and his cousin, Occluded Orville. Misty Monica might bring a tear to allergy sufferers in the summer months while Tropical Storm Tyrone mount be mounting a threat . Cloudy skies Claire might ruin a perfectly good beach day as well as Drizzly Daphne hampering someone's hopes of a tan with Sunny Sally. Watch out for Tornado Terry. Scientists have been busy reading the lists of the most popular baby names . The possibilities are endless. Myself? I am partial to Chinook Winds Charlie. So get outside and take a gander at the sky and feel the air caressing your body . We are, after all, just dust in the wind.

posted on Aug 28, 2020 12:07 PM ()

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We both are counting...I wouldn't mind a cozy fire when it gets colder. we have a lot of wood to burn.
comment by elderjane on Aug 30, 2020 11:22 AM ()
I need some Randy Rain right now.
comment by elderjane on Aug 30, 2020 4:48 AM ()
WE need a little Christmas. I think just a few more weeks of our high humidity days left. Autumn equinox still 24 days away but who's counting.
reply by merchandiser50 on Aug 30, 2020 8:44 AM ()

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