Ocracoke turns Weather Channel mistake into moneymaker
The Weather Channel made an error in a graphic, typing Corncrake instead of Ocracoke, and people on social media was more than happy to point out the mistake.
during a big storm. And in the world of social media, even the smallest details get great attention. There is no such thing as Corn Creek Island Weather Channel it in a graphics tiny print. The Weather Channel seems to have made a mistake. And fans of okra, Coke Island Heart gonna let it go unnoticed. That was a a shock. Funny, but a shock. Hey, at Weather Channel, it isn't corn Crake Island. It's okra. Coke Island tweeted Leslie Lanier, owner of the island's books to be read, were very usedto precut, being spelled incorrectly cook being pronounced incorrectly. But I must say that I think that one took us by surprise. Facebook and Twitter are filled with references to the mistake. Even the North Carolina ferry system is getting in on poking fun. We are resuming service between Hatteras and Ocracoke, also known as Corn Crake Island. Today we were cracking up about it at night with this kind of attention, okra coax Giniel Turner jumped at the chance to raise some money for her disaster relief organization, Okra, Coke strong, and the funds were starting to run a little low, and that core Craker core crime, he came up and I was like, You know, I should make a sticker for this. It was nearly a year ago, when Hurricane Dorian devastated the island. Many homes are still being repaired or rebuilt. It's going to help a lot of people okra. Coke strong is helping Islanders get back on their feet. It makes you laugh. It makes you happy. And it's for good cause. Corn crake is actually a thing a bird specifically, and it was once the name oven inland near Wilmington. Long ago, according to a tweet from water Watch N. C. This tweet correcting the Weather Channel gets it wrong to using a K instead of a C in Ocracoke. That's a common mistake. But the biggest mistake of all, Giniel, Turner says, is never visiting the island that we'd love to have you. We need your business to try and get back to where we were. Hurricane East's IAEA's past west of Okra, Coke Island early Tuesday morning. Luckily, the only major damage left behind seems to be in the spelling of the name Brian Mims. W R A L news