Warm Southern Breeze

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Weather? We don’t need no freakin’ weather!

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Sunday, January 9, 2011

Euphemisms for the whatever-this-thing-is-that’s-supposed-to-happen:


•Trans Cyberian Snowcade
•The Best Snowjob You Ever Had
•Snow Rest for the Feary
•Have Snow Fear…
•The only thing we have to fear, is… SNOW!
•The Great White Flight of 2011
•Snow Bright
•Snow Kidding!
•South Pole Huntsville
•Tennessee Valley Terror
•Huntsville Gets Flakey
•Flakes Settle in Huntsville
•Flakes Unsettle Huntsville
•Hurts Snow Good
•Red State Goes White
•The Crimson White
•Blizzantine Snowcast
•The Great Winter Weather Mystery of 2011
•All Dressed Up and Snowhere to Go
•Sno-Cone 2011
•Snow Cojones
•Snow Peak Freak

One Response to “Weather? We don’t need no freakin’ weather!”

  1. Warm Southern Breeze said

    A special thanks to Niki Doyle, of The Huntsville Times for mentioning “Antarctibama” and my blog in her story “Snowmaggedon, Antarctibama, Snowpocalypse … What are you calling this year’s snow event?” Published: Sunday, January 09, 2011, 11:28 PM, and Updated: Monday, January 10, 2011, 7:05 AM at

    By Niki Doyle, The Huntsville Times

    HUNTSVILLE, AL — The snark is strong in north Alabama.

    Hours after schools and businesses started closing — but long before the first flakes settled — Huntsvillians were cracking jokes about the coming Snowpocalyse. The Huntsville Times has seen a good number of clever nicknames for this snow event, and even prompted the use of a rarely used weather term: thundersnow!

    Panicky meteorologists, 24-hour media reports (yes, we know, The Times is just as guilty) and the rarity of this type of weather event are surely to blame for the reaction. So go ahead and poke a little fun at us, and leave a comment with your favorite snow event nickname.

    Keep it relatively PG-13, please, but don’t be afraid to have a little fun. Speaking of fun, join the snow conversation on The Times’ Facebook page and Twitter feed.

    Special thanks to Kevin L. Bardon for “Antarctibama.” Check out his other clever snow phrases on his blog, Warm Southern Breeze. Also thanks to gobamaua for the tip on thundersnow.


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