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Hot as a Firecracker for the Fourth of July

Language and meteorology are intertwined, of course, since communicating the forecast accurately is just about as important as getting the forecast accurate in the first place, and cliches in meteorology are as ineffective (and annoying) as they are in any … Continue reading

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Snow in May?

Since it’s the weekend, I thought I’d take a break from grammar and highlight my favorite weather blog (Paul’s!), cloudyandcool.com. While I like snow as much as the next person during the winter, I certainly don’t want to think about … Continue reading

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