The neighbors might always warn that "winter is coming."

But if wintry blasts like this storm are headed our way, let's do all we can to stop it.

The storm's name from The Weather Channel is actually Winter Storm Janus.

But thanks to the gods of excellent timing and poor camera angles, visually it's about preparing ourselves from Winter Storm Anus. That's one storm to avoid getting caught up in, if at all possible.

The Weather Channel

And it turns out that Winter Storm Anus kept raging on, now showing up as a messed up graphic on The Weather Channel's screens.

Again, the graphic reads Winter Storm Janus, but that blue semicircle in the background makes it so that the "J" is almost invisible.

Maybe they should just go ahead and change the official name of this storm, since fate keeps trying to do that anyway.

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