Unseasonably cold?

February 11, 2010

Unseasonable cold to hit next week

WEATHER-USA/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Unseasonably cold weather should settle over key heating fuel consuming regions of the United States next week in the wake of heavy snow expected this weekend, weather forecasters predicted Thursday.

It’s WINTER. Cold can be “extreme”, “historic”, “-er than usual”, or just plain “very”, but the one thing it absolutely IS is SEASONABLE.

C’mon folks. you’re /Reuters/ fer goodness’ sake…


Unseasonable wasn’t the word we wanted in that headline and lede: GBU Editor

A snow-covered George Washington University police van is seen on a street in Washington February 7, 2010. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas

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Uh…sort what word DID you want? Curious minds want to know!


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