SPC Public Severe Weather Outlook header wording

Has anyone else wondered why, ever since SPC switched to their new criteria for Public Severe Weather Outlooks, that the header over the convective outlook is always worded as follows for the "regular" outlook:

Public Severe Weather Outlook
The SPC is forecasting an enhanced risk of severe thunderstorms today and tonight across portions of the United States. Please read the latest public statement about this event.

While for the printer-friendly version it is always

Public Severe Weather Outlook
The SPC is forecasting an outbreak of severe thunderstorms today and tonight across portions of the United States. This is an extremely dangerous situation. Please read the latest public statement about this event.

http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/a...51115_2000.html

Wouldn't it make more sense to use the first one for moderate risk PWOs, and the second for high risks such as todays, so someone can immediately recognize the difference? Can one of our SPC forecaster members clarify this?
 
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