In what is now pretty much a commonplace occurrence, a giant winter Strom is impacting a large swath of the United States. Although, weather forecasters are calling it another "storm of the century ", Doug from Philadelphia was quoted as saying,
"If they keep calling every big weather phenomenon that they will have to change how long a century lasts."
Fortunately for people who think like Doug, news outlets are very clever and will come up with more clever names such as"snowmaggedon 2" or "Snow-a-palooza".
With the increasing frequency of monster storms citizens in areas that are usually impacted are starting to expect the minor inconveniences that go along with them. Newly effected regions are finding solidarity from places that are used to consistent weather events.
"In Buffalo we refer to a storm like this as "Wednesday," Marggie from Buffalo said. "If it gets a little worse we might upgrade it to "the weekend."
In the meantime expect news outlets to continue milking your concerns for the maximum ratings possible. But, don't forget, if you are sensible about it all you are really dealing with is a little snow.