More fatigued flight attendants paired with more frustrated passengers has created a perfect storm of sorts.
In the rectory Pfleger blamed a “perfect storm” of unemployment, failing schools, and program cutbacks for the surge in shootings.
The result was a perfect storm of commuter congestion where “normal Caracas chaos became absolute mayhem.”
Has the Sterling decision set a new standard or was the Sterling ban part of a perfect storm?
Along with genetic factors, that may be enough to create a perfect storm to trigger disease.
He was in a perfect storm of passion, and threatened every one of the servants with severe punishment, to extort confession.
It is, as you say, most unhappy—a perfect storm, a hurricane.
The weather appeared to have changed; and it was now raining heavily, and blowing a perfect storm.
But when the last condition was announced it was met with a perfect storm of rage.
But the white lad was on his feet again in an instant, and showering on the black a perfect storm of kicks and blows.
a weather pattern involving the collision of a northeaster, a large high pressure system, and unusually cold Canadian air pushing down plus moisture and warm air pushing up from a hurricane to the south to create a 'once-in-a-lifetime' storm
A perfect storm is a weather phenomenon that develops maybe two or three times every century.