Three inches of rain per hour – Moe than 3 feet in 3 days.
South Brazil -10°C frost
“One of the biggest 24-hour storms seen for a long time.” Dangerous driving conditions. Some roads closed.
“It’s getting cold in the mesosphere. Very cold,” wrote Dr. Tony Phillips in early June.
Record low maximum temperatures across the north.
Never seen so much snow in July,” reads the headline on the Norwegian website nrk/no
The Andes continue accumulating snow, up to 4 meters (more than 13 feet).
Glacier National Park blames the late opening on “guidance from the CDC.” (See note at bottom of page.) What a laugh!
What about energy prices skyrocketing? Or families unable to pay heating bills? Or thousands of workers losing their jobs because factories can no longer compete against Asian countries that are using more and more oil, gas and coal?
Temperatures down to a record low for July of -7.cC (19F).