Weather Channels Not to be Outdone

Suddenly, CORVID19 has shown up across the land. We are confined by government directives to “stay at home.” The weather (usually of top interest to the public) has slipped lower in life’s priorities.

Seeing a loss of viewers and advertisers, the cable weather channels have upped their promotion of alarm creating headlines. Saturday March 28, twenty-two people were slightly injured (no fatalities) by a passing tornado in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Having no more alarming stories to report, the headline on this event has been running for three days. Of course, we are in the tornado season and Arkansas sits in the heart of tornado alley.

We have already been treated to the first of the alarming headlines and stories about the approach of “hurricane season.” As in past years, we are told that this season MAY bring an above average number of damaging and death-causing hurricanes. Then again, as in past years when that alarming headline ran and damaging hurricanes did not occur, this season MAY NOT.

I don’t know about you but I can only handle so many attempts to frighten me about pending death. For now, CORVID19 is all I need.

About authorbillramsey

During his forty-year professional career, Bill Ramsey wrote magazine articles and business newsletters. Now retired in the mountains of western North Carolina, he writes a blog and has published four books. Bill's 2015 collection of concise, real-life essays is titled "What Do YOU Think?" He has also written "Me Now - Who Next? (The Inspiring Story of a Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery)" and "Now That I Think About It. Bill's books and are available from Amazon.com and on all e-readers. See www.authorbillramsey.com. Follow Bill on Facebook at www.facebook.com/billramseyauthor/
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