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Frightful weather

January 11, 2014
By Cindy Votruba , Marshall Independent

In the last couple of years, people have given out names for winter storms or frigid weather conditions. Why haven't we used these before? What is so special about the weather nowadays that we have to slap a moniker on them. "Watch out for Winter storm Ion" or this week's "polar vortex." I remember using the term vortex to describe working at Montgomery Ward - the Wards vortex; it just sucks you in.

 
 
 

 

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