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Record Snow in Alaska – Brazil coldest in 22 years – Argentina buried in snow – South Africa snows

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Record cold and snowfalls for the past week as collected by http://iceagenow.info/

Snow in Russia on June 13 – Today in Tiksi it snowed.

South Africa – Snow around the country

Surprise snow in Russia

Brazil – Coldest in 22 years – Waterfall freezes.

Em Urupema, cachoeira congelou

Nature continues to mock Ukrainians – In June it snows – Kyiv, June 10 – “The snow falls in the summer,” says nahnews.org.

Surprise snow in Mexico – Snow in June in Creel.

Record snowfall in Barrow, Alaska – Shatters old daily snowfall record for June 9.

More than 2 meters of snow in Argentina – School classes suspended.

Misiones, Argentina – One of the coldest autumns in 30 years – Global warming news from Argentina, homeland of Bernie Sander’s friend Pope Francis.

Argentina – Nearly 1,500 trucks waiting to enter Chile– The international crossing Cristo Redentor has been closed since June 1 due to heavy snowfall.

Snow Stranded Argentina truckers being robbed and beaten:  The international crossing continues closed by snow.

More snow for California – Almost mid June! – WINTER weather advisory.

Snow expected six days in a row at Mt Rainier In mid June.

Snow in Washington Cascades – More than 6 inches (15 cm) of snow likely above 6000 feet.

Snowfall on Mt Washington, NH – If you’d like to find wintry conditions this late in the season, look no further than at Mt Washington, New Hampshire

South American Ski Resorts Digging Out From Close to 10 Feet of Snow

Snow in Alaska – Winter – WINTER – storm watch. On June 9.

Snow in Lapland – Video – Rare June snow covered summer lawns and flower beds.

Snow Strikes China’s Northernmost Province – Video – Analysts say it is unusual to see snow at this time of year.

Lowest May temp on record for Lithgow, NSW Australia

 

6 COMMENTS

  1. Meh. Just weather.
    Got another inch of “hundred year drought” here in North Texas today. Over 32 inches at my place this year and a normal year is around 35 inches. Area lakes are over filled and the rivers are flooding – again. Reminds me of the ’80s.
    Has anyone ever considered that there may be a “weather cycle” phenomenon ? I’ll wager 97% haven’t.

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