Pocket Ninja: The term is "snowquester," subby. Jesus, keep your weather-related wordplay current or don't use it at all.
SlothB77: If Even I can get this right.
ChrisDe: Snow in winter? Imagine that.
bart2puck: it may be my old age, or my distain for media, but why cant it just be a snow storm. i hate the crappy wordplay.
antidumbass: WhyTF do people run out & get milk and bread before a storm? Rum & cigars makes more sense.
Walker: Yeah, it's Snowquester. We are overruling the Weather Channel name of "Saturn".
Demetrius: Pocket Ninja: The term is "snowquester," subby. Jesus, keep your weather-related wordplay current or don't use it at all.I prefer "snowpocalypse" myself.And why is it that every time the midwest gets 2 freaking inches of snow the rest of the country has to hear about it????/oblig from an East-coaster
Fubegra: Compared to Snowpocalypse 2011, this is nothing.
Walker: ChrisDe: Snow in winter? Imagine that.But we're actually in Meteorological Spring now. The meteorological seasons line up more with actual weather than the astronomical seasons do. It's Fall still 5 days before Christmas? I don't think so!Winter months - Dec, Jan, FebSpring months - March, April, MaySummer months - June, July, AugustFall months - Sept, Oct., Nov.
GAT_00: Walker: Yeah, it's Snowquester. We are overruling the Weather Channel name of "Saturn".Good, because fark the Weather Channel.We're not supposed to get much here, but the forecast does hint at the possibility of thundersnow overnight.
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