And we wonder what could have trapped and flash-frozen a million mammoths. This hailstorm lasted only a few hours. Imagine the mayhem if it had continued for days.
27 June 2019 – Up to two meters (almost 7 ft) of snow on the descent of the Rahue. Authorities ask motorists not to drive at night.
Record low or extreme temperatures in Oruro have triggered an epidemic of Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI), according to health authorities.
Snow causes major disruptions to European top cycling races.
19 June 2019 – If you’re driving in the interior Wednesday morning be prepared for a slippery drive.
Tuesday, 18 June 2019 – Argentina (the homeland of the Pope) – Roads impassable
The height of Jakobshavn glacier in western Greenland has increased by as much as 30 meters (98 feet) per year in some areas.
That’s about the height of a 10-story building … per year!
Not just one day in June, but for the entire month. Welcome to the Grand Solar Minimum.
But don’t worry, snowfall is now a sign of global warming.
“You all will be frozen by heat!”