James Werrell

James Werrell

A mountain by any other name still stands tall

Honorary nomenclature can be sticky, as the current controversy over the Tillman Halls at Winthrop and Clemson universities so aptly demonstrates

Problems with names afflict not only man-made objects but also natural ones

It’s easy to understand why Alaskans would resent a bunch of Ohioans telling them what to call their mountain


Meteorologists making winter predictions early

Meteorologists are beginning to talk about the possibility of a Godzilla El Nino

An El Nino this big makes predicting weather months ahead easier than usual

Stronger jet stream traditionally produces more rain, storms across the South