This morning I was listening to the radio. The Weather People kept saying words like "Alberta Clipper" and "dusting" and "minor event" and "melt" and "Alberta Clipper" and "dusting" and "nothing to worry about." Then cars started crashing on the interstate highways and still we heard, "Alberta Clipper" and "Dusting" and "minor event" and "melt" and "nothing to worry about" - oh then they added words like "trace" and "grass only" and kept saying "dusting."
Another Example of #2. I don't know who the Weather People are but it's obvious they don't live here. They are probably in their cozy cubicles at the Weather Channel looking at the modules, but they forget this Washington. A mere snow flake causes people to abandon their cars.