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Weather service meteorologist Brian Korty says it's extremely rare to have so many states with snow.
Originally posted by Chonx
One important thing I forgot to mention in the OP is the significance of the experiences of us ATS members.
We are all over the globe and are in a position to share our personal experiences of strange, extreme or out-of-place weather and how different they are from what you are used to.
[edit on 12-2-2010 by Chonx]
Hong Kong, China (CNN) -- New Zealand is preparing for some rare spring visitors. More than 100 icebergs that were first spotted off the coast of Macquarie Island, an Australian territory around 900 miles south east of Tasmania, are now thought to be only 200 miles away from New Zealand's south coast.
This is only the second time in 78 years that large Antarctic icebergs have been sighted so far north.
The post is in fact a loaded post to give credence to AWG where in fact posting many strange occurances from all over the globe will give the impression of strange weather all round.
I'm no weather expert but I pay attention...