Top 10 reasons Israel should NOT name storms
Ever thought of giving our storms a nice typical Hebrew name? Forget it. Just like everything else in Israel, it's complicated.
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.