A rather misleading headline as there is nothing in the article that backs up
the NWS mistaking the swans for storms. Article sounds more like they expect to
see this, twice a year.
@ recyclable, I thought the same thing. But then I reread the
title. It says the NWS radar mistakes the swans for storms, not the NWS itself.
Well if you like your swans, you can keep your swans. Period. If you want your
exact swan you may have to pay more
The headline and the story do not match, it sounds like the weather Service had
a handle on it all the way…the headline writer maybe not.
Weather reporting and sensationalism go hand-in-hand. Why shouldn't
headline writers join in the fun?
I am sure SL International Airport and the Aviation knew what WAS coming. Nice
to have Satalite to pick this up. Scary which it is in the same path when planes
travel for landing to airportS. Those birds are huge.
Were we just fishing for shots about government incompetence with this story, or
at least the headline?
I sure hope there weren't any windmills nearby.