The National Weather Service Is About To Leave Its LOUD Forecasts In The Past

The National Weather Service is making a change 167 years and many well-oiled caps lock keys in the making. The forecasting agency announced Monday it will begin releasing weather warnings in standard mixed-case characters, ending the tradition of issuing standard updates in all caps.  BEGINNING ON MAY 11, @NOAA’S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECASTS WILL STOP YELLING AT YOU. https://t.co/4YjdvUdWxj pic.twitter.com/SAgbtUMMEp— NWS (@NWS) April 11, 2016 The weather service began its all caps tendencies in 1849 “when weather reports were sent by ‘the wire’ over teleprinters,” the NWS said in a statement. The teleprinters were only able to use upper case

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