posted on Dec, 23 2013 @ 03:55 AM
New York, Neeewwwww Yoooooork.
Record-breaking heat wave hits New York City over the weekend
Temperatures have reached 70 degrees Fahrenheit — breaking the previous high of 63 recorded in 1998, he said. The high is expected to reach 73
degrees today, he said.
And in New York, not New York city…. Ice storms!
In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a winter ice storm emergency for parts of northern and western parts of the state. Cuomo also activated
the state Emergency Operations Center. Cuomo said driving is expected to be dangerous as the combination of melting snow and incoming rain could cause
Canada, Toronto and area?
Malls, schools and other closures, near half a million people without power. Ice storms!
At the peak of the storm’s impact Sunday, hundreds of thousands of households were without power — approximately 300,000 in Toronto alone. By
late Sunday night, Toronto Hydro was still working to restore power to 254,000 customers. Southern Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes saw as much as 30
mm of ice blanket roads and trees, sending broken branches into power lines.
Middle East? Snow! Santa is come-ing to toooooown.
Snow has covered swaths of the Holy Land as storm Alexa continued to cause havoc across the Middle East, bringing misery to hundreds of thousands
of Syrian refugees living in tents and makeshift shelters.
In Jerusalem, meteorologists said the worst storm to hit the city for 60 years had left snow up to 50cm deep in some areas.
UK? Bunch of blowhards that they are getting 80+ mph winds!
The Christmas getaway could be severely hampered by severe weather, the Met Office has warned.
The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning from dawn on December 23, with the threat of gusts of up to 80mph and localised flooding in pockets
of the UK, just in time for the big getaway.
Australia has a 40c heat wave, what the heck? I thought'd it waz winters?
Australia swelters as heatwave brings 40C temperatures to eastern states
Weather bureau expects Christmas day to be milder, with fine conditions across much of the country
South America is having a dry season, drying out their crops
Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but a city-or town or country-away its delightful...
Corn rose the most in two weeks and soybeans gained on speculation that hot, dry weather in Argentina, Paraguay and southern Brazil will reduce
soil-moisture reserves, increasing risks for yield loss in January.
And since we no place to go, let it snow, let it rain, let it blow, let it broil, let it snow…