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Shock news!PRESS RELEASE: 4/1/2020. HAYWARD, CA The American Weather Association today announced its decision to abandon the professional title of Meteorologist. After years of dealing with misspellings of the word, and with people believing that meteorologists are experts on meteors rather than weather, the association made the surprising move. Experts in the field of weather will now be known as the Atmospheric Professional Resource Investigative Liaison: Forecasting Ongoing Open Laminar Sky Development and Yougs. "We think this better describes what we do," said Frosty Grauple, the Association's PR Director. "It may be a mouthful, but we encourage our members to just use the acronym."

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PRESS RELEASE: 4/1/2020. HAYWARD, CA
The American Weather Association today announced its decision to abandon the professional title of Meteorologist. After years of dealing with misspellings of the word, and with people believing that meteorologists are experts on meteors rather than weather, the association made the surprising move.
Experts in the field of weather will now be known as the Atmospheric Professional Resource Investigative Liaison: Forecasting Ongoing Open Laminar Sky Development and Yougs.
"We think this better describes what we do," said Frosty Grauple, the Association's PR Director. "It may be a mouthful, but we encourage our members to just use the acronym."

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