30 Days of human comms #76 Shropshire Council’s weather warning written with wit

It’s been a while since I blogged about human comms and now I’m writing three in a week.

Bravo Shropshire Council not for a human story but for speaking in human.

It’s a recognisable language that you recognise when you see it.

In this case, their Twitter account wanted to warn of inclement weather.

Rather than link to their website in a very 2009 way they built a thread and used a GIF of BBC weather forecaster Michael Fish who famously dismissed what ended up to be a massive night of weather in 1987.

The link is here…

Marvellous work, Shropshire.

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