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Twitter Turns #BayAreaStorm Into One Big Joke

One of the best uses for social media, specifically Twitter, is breaking news. It works especially well for weather alerts — which is why watching #BayAreaStorm trend all day yesterday was the most entertaining thing a New Yorker could do. There were two kinds of Bay Area folk yesterday: those who were really freaking out about the storm and those who knew their friends on the East Coast were making fun of them.

Watchup’s Adriano Farano, true to form, was capturing great video:

This guy is running half naked under #BayAreaStorm http://t.co/ZS2JDeqUuR

— Adriano Farano (@farano) December 11, 2014

Then, there were logistics to think about:

Googlers in Mountain View are ready for the #BayAreaStorm, taking precautions against the coming wind & rains. pic.twitter.com/r6HkMPIwNq — Louis Gray (@louisgray) December 11, 2014

And of course, the really good advice from the other coast:

#BayAreaStorm warning: you may see small droplets of water falling from the sky. They are dangerous. Do NOT approach.

— Chris Taylor (@FutureBoy) December 11, 2014

Hope everyone in NorCal is staying safe in this #BayAreaStorm. And hope everyone on the East Coast is staying safe while making fun of us.

— FRED WATER (@fredwater) December 11, 2014

And so it goes. Here’s to staying safe in the flooding, wishing against mudslides, and whatever you do, please protect the wine, because we like it over here:

Holy moly flooded vines #BayAreaStorm #wine #sonoma pic.twitter.com/ArrVGHvTNE

— Greta Kaul (@gretakaul) December 12, 2014

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