Inspired by persistent Pacific Northwest precipitation, this whimsical weather guide
combines familiar weather words to create wonderfully weird weather words
such as Mizzle, Snist, Razzle, Sloudy, and Drizzlebow.

Combining two words to form another is known as portmanteau, or suitcase in French,
a technique first used in English by Lewis Carrol in "Through the Looking Glass".

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