28 May 2011
DENVER — Ski resorts are bustling with activity. A key highway into Yellowstone is closed because parts of the road have seen more than 25 feet of snow. And campgrounds are feverishly removing snow from campsites to clear the way for visitors.
March 14, 2011
Filed under Mexico
Tags: brr, climate change, cold, cold record, cold weather, freeze, freeze damaged, freezing, global cooling, Global Freeze, global freezing, global warming, Mexico, record cold, temperature, temperatures, uncharacteristically cold weather, weather, winter
Mar. 9, 2011
Lettuce, tomatoes and green peppers sold in local markets and restaurants have been in short supply and of lower quality in recent weeks because of a freeze that devastated growing fields in Mexico last month.
27 February 2011
Farmers in Lincolnshire have claimed losses to the cauliflower crop caused by severe winter weather may reach £7m.
The county usually supplies about 70% of the UK’s crop from March to May, but many growers have lost up to 80% of their harvest.
November 27, 2010
Almost all of the Austin area had freezing temperatures overnight into this morning and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport set a new record this morning when it reached 22 degrees there, according to Clay Anderson, a meteorologist with National Weather Service.
The old record for cold temperatures at ABIA on Nov. 27th was 28 degrees in 1975, Anderson said.
September 29th, 2010
…Get a load of these low temperatures in September: -11°F near Beaver Village, -10° near Chalkyitsik. Chicken, Alaska was -5°. Bettles reached ZERO on Monday, tying the coldest temperature ever recorded there in September. Eielson AFB near Fairbanks was +3°, and that was the coldest temperature they have ever had in any September (the average low for Fairbanks now is 28°). Daily records were set at Eagle (0°), Gulkana (3°), King Salmon (17°) and Cold Bay (31°). …
October 3, 2010
NAPLES — Freezes sliced Florida’s tomato crop last season. Most growers lost money.
“The lucky ones broke even. But many of them did not,” said Reggie Brown, manager of the Florida Tomato Committee, a tomato marketer and regulator in the state.
September 27, 2010
Filed under Canada, New Zealand
Tags: brr, Canada, climate, climate change, cold, global cooling, Global Freeze, global freezing, global warming, heavy snowfall, New Zealand, record snow, record snowfall, ski, ski resorts, ski slopes, skiing, snowfalls, temperature, temperatures, The Alps, weather
27 September 2010
…New Zealand, Canada and The Alps have seen some decent snowfalls this week. It has been a pretty amazing time for some resorts around the world….
September 23, 2010
…Last winter Marmot opened on November 11, its earliest opening date ever, with ideal snow conditions. So far this fall is shaping up to deliver a repeat performance of last year’s early season snowfalls which helped contribute to Marmot’s record setting year for attendance…
September 23, 2010
…”We have received heavy snow mainly from the west and north west since late last week. Whakapapa has gone from 130cm’s a week ago to over two metres….