No, really, I'm asking. In my weather discussion yesterday on the main weather site, I came up with the term "Septasplash" for when all 7 days on our extended forecast graphic have raindrops on them. It's a work in progress ,and I asked for your help in maybe coming up with other names.
Here's what I got so far:
- "November" (three votes)
- "Northwest Drip Week"
- "Seattle Seven"
- "November to Rainmember"
- "Noah's Week" (two for that)
OK, some good ones in there, but I'm looking for a good specific term, along the lines of "convergence zone" or "derecho" or "sunbreak" -- something that could go in the sentence: "Holy cow, with the jet stream pointed right at us, we're looking at another (fill in the blank)."
Feel free to post your ideas in the comments below, or just e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Maybe we'll start something, or, at least, get the National Weather Service to use it once in their forecast discussion :)