Twitter users sound off in #PEIstorm vs. #PEstorm hashtag debate

There's a storm brewing on Twitter — over which hashtag to use when a storm starts brewing in P.E.I. — #PEstorm or #PEIstorm.

Duelling hashtags add to 'madness' during P.E.I.'s stormy weather

The snow was blowing hard in Southwest River, P.E.I. on Tuesday. (Submitted by Joan O'Brien)

There's a storm brewing on Twitter — over which hashtag to use when storm winds start blowing in P.E.I.

Some, including Environment Canada and the Charlottetown airport, use #PEstorm.

Others use #PEIstorm.

For some Twitter users, two hashtags is just too much. It's "madness."

It became a bit of a debate, with some users taking sides.

So, let's settle this for once and for all. Which hashtag do you use?

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