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Mobile's mayor calls frozen precipitation by name used by the Weather Channel

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William Sandys (Sandy) Stimpson referred to frozen precipitation expected to affect Mobile on Tuesday, January 28th as "Winter Storm Leon" during a news conference on Monday, January 27th, about how the government of Mobile was preparing for the precipitation.

The name came to him from a list of names for storms with frozen precipitation organized by the Weather Channel, a national cable TV and satellite TV programming service (you may access the list by visiting the official World Wide Web site for the Weather Channel or by selecting this link to the site).

You may his sayings of "Winter Storm Leon" by accessing WALA-TV's report about the news conference on their official YouTube channel.

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