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Snowquester D.C.: Pun About Inclement Weather And Politics Leads To Twitter Account, Twitter Outrage About Same

This NOAA satellite image taken Saturday, March 2, 2013 at 01:45 AM EST shows a frontal boundary across southern Florida with
This NOAA satellite image taken Saturday, March 2, 2013 at 01:45 AM EST shows a frontal boundary across southern Florida with rain showers. An exiting low pressure system brings snow showers to northern New England. Another area of low pressure sinks across the Tennessee Valley with scattered rain and snow showers. (AP Photo/Weather Underground)

If it's a pun, it's probably a Twitter account. This is the case for a potential snowstorm that might hit D.C. on Wednesday.

The Washington Post's Capital Weather Gang coined the term for the high impact storm on Sunday evening. Early Monday morning the Twitter account was born.

As of this writing, the Snowquester Twitter account has 77 followers. As of this writing, there are more than 77 negative Twitter reactions to the idea of a storm named "Snowquester."

Warning: some of the reactions are really quite vehemently negative, so if you are averse to curse words, you may want to skip this slideshow.

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