‘Exceptional’ cold front blankets Montana, Wyoming peaks with rare July snow, reads the headline in the Washington Post. Continue reading “Anomalous” July snowfall in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho
“Yes, it may be summer… But brace yourselves for an icy blast coming Scotland’s way,” reads the headline. Continue reading As the “hottest year ever” rolls on, Scotland braces for icy weather – in July
“The mercury has exceeded 20 degrees C so rarely this year that the summer of 2015 is shaping up as the chilliest in more than half a century of statistics tracked by the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI). Continue reading Finland – Summer 2015 poised to be coldest on record
Shatters daytime temperature records across Idaho.
Continue reading Freak July cold front brings snow to Northern Rockies
Mortality rate almost 40 per cent. Continue reading Australia – Cold kills abnormally high number of lambs
And pity the poor animals, whose pastures are covered by ice. Continue reading Peru – Cold kills 42 people
27 July 2015 – Snowfalls left isolated people and animals dead in the region of La Araucania. Continue reading Chile – Heavy snowfalls force 14 municipalities to declare state of emergency
“Of course, frostbite is just killing your extremities, toes, fingers, nose or ears. However it often precedes severe undercooling of the whole body with subsequent death.” – Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser Continue reading What Killed the Mammoths — Heatstroke or Frostbite?
Freezing temperatures possible. Continue reading Possible snow tonight in Wyoming and Utah
The better chance for frost will be on Tuesday night, says National Weather Service Continue reading Summer frost possible Tue + Wed morning – Montana and N Idaho valleys
Even the headline adds to the subterfuge. Continue reading Researchers confirm that cold weather killed the mammoths – But article tries to blame global warming
“It appears that only three of the 75 or so PAS members were even being consulted with respect to the scientific aspects about carbon dioxide and climate change in the recent encyclical “Laudato Si”.
– Dr Klaus L.E. Kaiser. Continue reading Pope Francis appears to have run rough-shod over the Pontifical Academy of Sciences
Could bring snow. Continue reading Cold front headed toward Northern Rockies
Ash darkens skies over a large swath of the archipelagic nation and forces closure of three airports. Continue reading Major eruptions at five volcanoes in Indonesia