The Daily Express has urged the nation to 'brace itself' for a 'fucking massive storm'.
A low pressure system is set to hit the UK coastline sometime in December and may last over Christmas and New Year. The Met Office confirmed that rain may be partly heavy, and that wind could escalate to the sort of fury that knocks the hat off a British Bobby, and may even take washing off a line, but that this is not unusual for the Winter.
But the Daily Express have set-up a word tin to help facilitate the importance of this low pressure system and words to describe it include: "CHAOS", "SINNERS", "DECIMATE", "FEROCIOUS", "WIDESPREAD", "KILLED", and "EVACUATION".
A senior Daily Express weather analyst today said "it's too early to really tell how powerful this storm will be, but put it this way, families should use Christmas presents and the elderly to barricade doors from this monster, it's worse than anything I've ever seen, anywhere, without straying into allowing me to use the term 'hurricane', because it's not a hurricane, but it's almost worse than one, much worse."
He later went on to point out that, if the storm was not worth worrying about, then why were the schools to be shut down and children sent home to be with their loved ones, perhaps one final time.
The Department for Education explained that it was customary for schools to be shut over the festive period.
The Daily Express then wrote a further headline the next day, claiming a senior source at 'a top London school' feels overworked and tired, and sometimes falls asleep on trains.