By Hadas Kuznits

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Hurricanes have names, but now The Weather Channel wants to start naming storms, too.

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The Weather Channel has announced it will start naming storms this winter, and some people think it’s a bad idea.

“How? I mean, what qualifies as a storm? It seems like we have a lot; I mean, how many storms are there? Can we keep track and differentiate? I can’t. I mean, I don’t feel like I can.”

“I think it’s probably not good because of the frequency of the storms.”

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According to The Weather Channel, storms would be named after gods and goddesses.

“That sounds like it would get confusing. There would be a lot of names.”

Even more confusing, The Weather Channel is a commercial organization, unlike the National Weather Service. So channels who choose to copy the idea could come up with their own names, too.

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“Well um, I think that would be redundant!”