A British man actually called Storm Denniss says he is being menaced - by online trolls angry about the weather.
The Met Office has predicted 1,200-mile wide Storm Dennis will bring a month of rainfall in just 24 hours when it hits the UK tomorrow.
But ever since the gale was named on Tuesday, Storm Denniss, 24, a furniture maker from Whitby, has been hounded by trolls on Facebook.
People he has never met before have hit him with more than 50 messages pleading him not to wreak havoc.
One said: "Hey storm dennis don't be showing your face at the weekend I don't want to be blown over and be rolling down hill like sonic the hedgehog."
Another wrote: "Don't be selfish to others go anger management before the weekend I'm begging you."
Thankfully Storm, who was given the unusual name because he was born in the middle of a snow storm in March 1995 , is taking it all in jest and believes people are just having a laugh.
Storm, who has a partner, Shelby Mcormack, 23, said he first became aware he shares a name with the weather movement when a friend tagged him in a Facebook post.
Other messages he has received have included one which said: "Hi can you do me a favour and try avoiding west Yorkshire this week we have already had a battering with the weather this past week. Thanks."