In the United States and the rest of the western hemisphere, big storms and hurricanes have names. Though a major bummer for people named Sandy or Katrina or Irene, it's very helpful for everybody else. You don’t have to refer to “that storm in 1985” - you can put a name, if not a face, on the event.
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