It is also a month for warm spells in Alabama, but we've had several inches of snow in February and March time frame. Same for Texas. Israel, I
have no clue. I'll have to rely on Netty, who is a traveller and besides, is from New Zealan, which makes us smarter than us Southerners.
In the past 5 years there has been snow in Israel a number of times. It's funny when that happens because you see pictures of Jerusalem all covered
in snow, and then 2 days later there's no sign that it ever happened. Israel is very odd in the weather sense. In the north there are mountaintops
that have snow on them most of the year. In the south, Elat is always like 80 degrees and sunny. Yet the whole country is the size of Jersey.
Imagine snow in newark and 90 degree weather in atlantic city.
the only thing we've noticed unusual in this part of the uk is the fact it's february and it hasn't rained for 2 weeks! Just been waking up to
frost each morning and then beautiful blue skies and spring-like afternoons.
if anything in last few years we've had less snow - now I know why - you greedy lot have stolen it
seriously I think weather patterns do change for natural reasons - look at what happened with El Nineo.
there's one odd thing though - a lot of elderly people I know say that the weather hasn't been the same since the first few times man went into
space. In the uk we have milder winters and wetter cooler summers now
I must say I'm shocked to hear that. When I was in London it was rainy every morning practically and that was in January 99. I live in NYC and the
weather here has been downright weird the past few years.
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