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Winter on the Northern Hemisphere has not even started, but already the biggest of all continents, Asia, seems to be cooling off.

Blizzards in China, heavy snowfall in Pakistan. Continuous snowfall over the last two days has brought down temperatures all across the Kashmir Valley.

See video:
http://www.istream.com/news/watch/219686/Snowfall-freezes-Kashmir-valley

Thanks to Argiris Diamantis in the Netherlands for this link

“In the MSM there is no word about this,” says Argiris.

 

4 Responses to Continuous snowfall in Kashmir Valley, India

  1. FRANK says:

    Ssssssh, be quiet , go along, elect bad people even at the local level and everything will be O.K.
    We don’t have anything to worry about except the planet warming up excessively. Man, what a wonderful country we live in ! :)

  2. Laurel says:

    Argiris..of course not!
    they cant use it for warmist trash news can they?
    now in spring IF? it melts the flooding will be all CO2 s fault for melting it in the spring thaw, of course.
    one good thing is it might stop some fighting, and the drones might ice up and fall down:-)

  3. Argiris Diamantis says:

    Also in other parts of India it is “remarkably cold”. Most of us will not associate these temperatures with cold, but remember India is a warm country. Pune recorded its lowest temperature in 48 years with the mercury plummeting to 7,9 degrees Celsius, 6 degrees below normal.
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/Mumbai-shivers-on-second-coldest-November-day-in-10-years/articleshow/17286832.cms

  4. Argiris Diamantis says:

    Here an another picture of clearing the snow after heavy snowfall was blocking the Mughai Road over the Pir Pinjal Mountain Range near Poonch.
    http://photogallery.outlookindia.com/default.aspx?pt=3&ptv=0&date=11/22/2012&pgid=63599#TopImage


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