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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Paul Walsh
Snowstorms, hurricanes and tornados are what usually put The Weather Channel's news team in motion. This November it will mobilize for the election.
Serious research from the Weather Channel reveals that lousy weather on Election Day could impact turnout for a "substantial" number of voters, with the most dithering among undecided voters.
"In a close election, that becomes daunting," Walsh said. "The weather can become a really pivotal thing."
"If it's going to snow an inch in Buffalo, that's like a walk in the park," Walsh said. "That's not going to move the needle. But if it snows an inch in New York City, that's going to change a lot of minds."