A huge hurricane has ravaged the East Coast of the United States. It’s still going on, currently fixing to touch down on the Jersey Shore (good riddance, Snooki!). In honor of upcoming Stormageddon, we revisit a previous question as submitted by Amber from England.
A long time ago, Amber asked:
Why are storms always called after females? (No sexists remarks please). In American Spainish is the J pronounced as a H like Spain?
Do you live along the coast? Have you evacuated? Are you okay? Commiserate in the comment box below. And please be safe.