HT: Karen L. Myers.
Theunis Wessels mows his lawn at his home in Three Hills, Alta, Alberta, Canada, as a tornado is seen in the background on Friday, June 2, 2017.
Photo of ice-covered house forwarded on Facebook by John Kucko, an anchor at WROC in Rochester, NY.
Photo taken from the oil and gas platform south of Barrow Island late yesterday as severe Tropical Cyclone Narelle approached. The cyclone is now a category four storm packing winds to 230 km/hr. A viewer sent this photo to Nine News Darwin.
The cyclone was carrying a massive wall of red sand.
All 50 states of America will see snow this week as the nation is plunged into the coldest month for decades.
For the first time since 2010, meteorologists predict two snow storms barreling through the country in the next seven days will engulf Florida – a usually snow-less state.
It comes as cold weather records continue to fall across the country, with February declared the coldest month in New York for 81 years.
The average temperature in the Big Apple over the last four weeks has been 24F – 11 degrees below normal. New York joins other metropolitan areas such as Chicago and Pittsburgh, which have also experienced their most frigid February in decades.
As the mercury continues to plummet, ice breakers are being deployed by the US Coast Guard to create ferry and shipping lanes along the Hudson River in New York and the Delaware in Philadelphia.
Read the whole thing.
Via Ratak Monodosico.
It’s bad enough here in the mountains of Central Pennsylvania, but all that Global Warming really buried New England in white stuff this year. Buzzfeed has a compilation of really impressive photos from Twitter.