10 Apr 2020 – The Acadian Peninsula is under a winter – as in WINTER – storm warning with heavy snowfall and high winds expected throughout the day.
“Unemployed people are a great threat to public health. It’s a factor you need to think about.”
– Anders Tegnell, Sweden’s chief epidemiologist
Some areas of northern Maine might get more than 1½ feet (45 cm) of snow and high winds as a winter – WINTER – storm blows through.
There’s an old saying, “Socialism… a political ideology which you can vote yourself into, but which you have to shoot your way out of.”.
Residents in Hveragerdi in Southwest Iceland called it “the largest snow they had ever seen in their town.”
Not just the largest springtime snow, but the largest snow ever.
“When the fragile economy is destroyed, health care will not exist either.”
– Phil in Vancouver, B.C.
In northern Europe the temperature is still negative. Some snow drifts still 5 ft deep.
On April 7 heavy snowfall was expected in the Chelyabinsk region, some very heavy places in the mountains.
One of the coldest April mornings in decades.
“For all respiratory epidemics, if you leave it alone, it comes for two weeks, it peaks, and it goes for two weeks, and it’s gone.”
“There are no indications that anything is different from the regular flue, maybe a bit worse….”
– Dr Knut Wittkowski