Wild and inexplicable weather changes continue to baffle meteorologists and wreak havoc around the world in 2013. In southern California, a sustained cold snap threatens crops and has residents of Los Angeles stunned, and shivering.
Originally posted on The Extinction Protocol :
January 19, 2013– CHICAGO, Il- Whether you like it or not, we will officially break another record for no snow today, according to the National Weather Service. “It’s pretty incredible,” said NWS meteorologist Gino Izzi. “It’s the middle of January and there’s no snow on the ground. Dallas, Texas has had more snow than us.” Izzi said the last time we have gone this far into the season without a 1-inch calendar day of snowfall was Jan. 17, 1899. If we get no snow today — and there is none in the forecast through the weekend — it’s a record. Additionally, it’s been 326 days and counting since we’ve had a 1-inch snow cover on the ground. That record was officially broken nine days ago, according to Izzi. “If you think about it, we’re just a little over a month away from basically going an entire year without…
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