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“Very unusual” snowfall in Mexico

March 12, 2015

 

 

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http://fotos.eluniversal.com.mx/coleccion/muestra_fotogaleria.html?idgal=20288

 

“A very unusual snowing forced the closure of the Mexico City – Puebla City 150-D highway,” says reader Jesus Eduardo Herrera Flores. “Keep in mind that this is located around 19° N and that we are 8 days away from Spring.”

“Also, the “Ajusco” hill (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ajusco) just outside Mexico City, showed snow this morning. I was born and raised in Mexico City and I can assure you that this never happened before (40 years back, at least) this late in winter. This usually happens once or twice a year  in late December or early January."

http://iceagenow.info/2015/03/very-unusual-snowfall-mexico/

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Ice Boulder Crashes Through Wilmington Apartment Ceiling

March 15, 2015

 

"WILMINGTON (CBS) — A huge chunk of ice crashed through the roof of a Wilmington Apartment building on Sunday. Luckily nobody was hurt.

The ice boulder weighing about 200 pounds landed in the back stairwell of the Avalon Oaks Apartments. Residents who were home when it happened say they heard a huge ‘bang’ when the ice came crashing through the ceiling.

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Photo Credit: Wilmington Police Department

 

“It was like this big,” Kathleen Trowbridge said, holding her arms the width of her doorway, “and it just came through solid. It didn’t break up.” She then called 911.

Wilmington Police say the giant ice block fell from the highest part of the apartment building’s roof, crashing onto a lower roof and through the back stairwell, leaving a gaping hole."

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Photo credit: Wilmington Police Department

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http://boston.cbslocal.com/2015/03/15/ice-boulder-crashes-through-wilmington-apartment-ceiling/

 

 

Ice Jam Pushes up Into Ohio Cemetery, Toppling Headstones

March 17, 2015

 

"Huge chunks of ice that broke up along a northern Ohio river pushed into a low-lying cemetery and toppled Civil War-era headstones while damaging fences, trees and a roadway at two parks.

The piles of ice bulldozed park benches and signs and forced the evacuation of about 20 horses from a stable along the Maumee River near Toledo.

Higher temperatures created ice jams over the weekend that pushed ice boulders, some the size of small cars, over the river banks.

Some parts of Riverside Cemetery were covered with pieces of ice stacked at least 4 feet high. About 90 percent of the headstones, some dating to the mid-1800s, were knocked over, said Joe Camp, the city of Maumee's public service director.

The ice also pushed through and damaged the metal fence around the cemetery.

"Devastation, in a word," Camp said."
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http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/ice-jam-pushes-ohio-cemetery-toppling-headstones-29693997

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More Snow to Close out March in Midwest and Northeast

March 28, 2015

 

 

"Winter will continue to hold its ground by allowing some snow to fall across parts of the Midwest and Northeast as March comes to a close.

Saturday's snow will not be the last of the season in the Northeast as a pair of storm systems will sweep in from the Midwest in the final days of March.

Each system will not go down in history books as a major winter storm, but will still create issues for travelers and wintry scenes in some communities.

The first system will track through the Midwest on Sunday, then the Northeast on Monday with gusty winds and rain and snow showers."

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Wind gusts on Sunday in the Midwest will howl between 40 and 50 mph, threatening to trigger flight delays and sporadic power outages in Minneapolis and Chicago"

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http://www.foxnews.com/weather/2015/03/28/more-snow-to-close-out-march-in-midwest-northeast/?intcmp=trending

 

 

 

Severe Weather to kick off April on Central Plains

March 29, 2015

 

 

"It is no joke that severe weather will take aim at the central Plains on Wednesday, April Fools' Day.

After locally gusty and drenching thunderstorms rattle places in and around Oklahoma on Tuesday, a more widespread severe weather danger will target the central Plains on Wednesday.

Omaha and Hastings, Nebraska; Topeka and Emporia, Kansas; Kansas City, Missouri; and Des Moines, Iowa, are among the communities at risk for thunderstorms capable of unleashing large hail and damaging winds.

A tornado or two could also touch down."

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http://www.foxnews.com/weather/2015/03/29/severe-weather-to-kick-off-april-on-central-plains/?intcmp=trending

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April Blizzard Causes 70-Vehicle Pile-Up on Wyoming Interstate

April 17, 2015

 

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The scene of a 70-vehicle pile-up Thursday in Wyoming between Laramie and Cheyenne.

 

"As many as 70 vehicles piled up in one spot of a Wyoming interstate Thursday after a heavy April storm dropped almost 10 inches of snow on the area, authorities said.

An almost 150-mile-long stretch of Interstate 80 remained closed in both directions Thursday afternoon between Cheyenne in southeast Wyoming and Rawlins in the central part of the state because of treacherous, slick conditions that caused accidents across the area, officials said. The worst spot was near mile post 342, between Cheyenne and Laramie, two of the state's major population centers."

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http://www.nbcnews.com/news/weather/70-vehicles-pile-wyoming-interstate-thanks-april-blizzard-n343151

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April Blizzard Causes 70-Vehicle Pile-Up on Wyoming Interstate

April 17, 2015

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The scene of a 70-vehicle pile-up Thursday in Wyoming between Laramie and Cheyenne.[/size]

"As many as 70 vehicles piled up in one spot of a Wyoming interstate Thursday after a heavy April storm dropped almost 10 inches of snow on the area, authorities said.

An almost 150-mile-long stretch of Interstate 80 remained closed in both directions Thursday afternoon between Cheyenne in southeast Wyoming and Rawlins in the central part of the state because of treacherous, slick conditions that caused accidents across the area, officials said. The worst spot was near mile post 342, between Cheyenne and Laramie, two of the state's major population centers."

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http://www.nbcnews.com/news/weather/70-vehicles-pile-wyoming-interstate-thanks-april-blizzard-n343151

With the pole shift taking place and accelerating; what used to be the weather you had when you were born will not be what it is now.

The simple explanation is as this pole shift moves along, you will experience nearly everything under the kitchen sink. The weather patterns are destabilizing and producing weather now only your friend across the country experienced. Stay safe and enjoy the ride. As the poles change; so will the weather and climate you were used too.

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Freak hailstorm pounds the southeast, causes widespread damage to homes and disables SES headquarters

April 25, 2015

 

 

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 "AUSTRALIA – A FREAK hailstorm that pelted southeast Sydney on Saturday caused widespread damage and disabled the Randwick State Emergency Service headquarters. Ominous clouds rolled in about 5pm on Saturday and unleashed a deluge of small hail stones and rain for close to an hour. It surprised thousands out and about winding down after record attendance at Anzac Day commemorations across the southeast. In a dramatic turn of events the SES headquarters in Maroubra was forced to relocate to a Randwick City Council depot after its ceiling collapsed. It came as volunteers scrambled in response to 210 calls for assistance. Randwick SES spokesman Terry Pappas said staff were preparing for an influx of call outs during the storm when they noticed water running down from the ceiling."

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https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/       via dailytelegraph,com.au

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At least 4 dead after Mexico hit by apocalyptic hailstorm
 
Authorities in Mexico State said Monday that at least four victims were killed when an unusually strong hailstorm hit the capital suburb. A 45-day baby and two homeless people were amongst the victims of Sunday night’s storm, state government said in a press release. Gov. Eruviel Avila said the baby died in a car accident but the parents and another five-year child survived. The most affected towns in the region received 53 millimeters (2 inches) of precipitation in 50 minutes
 
https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2015/09/02/at-least-4-dead-after-mexico-hit-by-apocalyptic-hailstorm/

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NASA satellite images taken September 15, 2015

On the same day that the disturbing images above were taken, the power structure controlled National Snow And Ice Data Center (NSIDC) confidently made the statement below.

"sea ice extent dropped to 4.41 million square kilometers (1.70 million square miles), the fourth lowest minimum in the satellite record. ………… 
ice extent will now climb through autumn and winter".

"Ice extent" is very different from the ice mass (volume), which is at record shattering low levels as the latest satellite imagery below clearly shows. 

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Arctic ice volume graphing

The graph between the two images is a gauge for Arctic ice thickness in meters. As the 2015 imagery shows, the thick multi-year Arctic ice is almost gone. Is the surface of the Arctic ocean being chemically ice nucleated with the same process that has created the unprecedented "ice boulders" on Lake Michigan in recent years? Even when water temperatures were far above freezing?

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Unprecedented "Ice boulders" have appeared in Lake Michigan during recent years even at far above freezing lake temperatures

The following questions should be considered: 

How can a very thin layer of sea surface ice statistically remain over large areas of ocean when such astonishing decreases in ice volume (mass) occurring at the exact same time? How can the ice "extent" statistically increase in early September (ahead of the normal "minimum" melt date) when we have record shattering global ocean temperatures? When we have just logged the hottest 12 month period globally, the hottest start to any year ever, the warmest summer ever, and the warmest August ever? And finally, when we consider that the Arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the world? What is really going on in the Arctic? Is there a connection between what the climate engineers are doing in the Arctic and the recent untimely deaths of three scientists that were investigating the Arctic sea ice?

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NSIDC shows a very anonymous upturn in Arctic ice "extent" near the middle of September

Though the ice extent (surface area) for 2015 was in an alarmingly downward trajectory as rapid melting took its toll, it suddenly turns statistically upward during the same window of time when the anomalous photos (shown earlier in this article) were taken. The power structure and the geoengineers do not want any headlines from the Arctic that would reveal the true extent of damage already done to the planet. They do not want any headlines that would potentially expose the climate engineering crimes that have been going on for well over a half century. Those in power will do everything they can to hide reality (from a population that is so far all too willing to stay uninformed) until the last possible moment. Climate engineering can create large scale temporary cooling, but at the cost of an even worse overall planetary warming. What is really going on in the Arctic? We must all examine the evidence and decide for ourselves. Geoengineering is not about the common good, it is about power and control at any price to the planet and the population. We must all do our part to expose and halt the climate engineering insanity.
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we are also having strange weather at these full moon days 

two days ago we no snow 

and while the red moon appeared we had snow the next day 

day after '(today) we had sunny day snowy day cloudy day bits of little storms 

strange days

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'Everything is blinding white': Huge Sierra snowstorm pays off for winter resorts

Joseph Serna and Bettina Boxall

November 11, 2015

 

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A fall Sierra Nevada storm dropped nearly a foot of snow at Mammoth Mountain and less in town in Mammoth Lakes earlier this month. A second storm dumped up to 36 inches of snow Sunday and Monday

(Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)

 

"A massive storm that dropped snow across hundreds of miles of the Sierra Nevada is paying dividends for winter resorts, if social media is any indicator.

From Lake Tahoe and Mt. Rose to Mammoth Mountain, vacation destinations have taken to Twitter to boast that their slopes are ready for visitors.

“FRESH SNOW last night and still snowing!” read a tweet from Mt. Rose Ski Tahoealongside a picture of benches and hillsides blanketed in white.

“New snow on @MammothMountain. Looking TASTY!” read a tweet from Mammoth Mountain’s tourism account.

 

In about two days, up to 36 inches of snow was dumped on Mammoth’s summit, while folks at slightly lower elevations saw up to 20 inches of snow. The northern half of the storm over Lake Tahoe dropped as much as 12 inches of snow, the most in years, officials said.

The weather system that swung over Northern California had the telltale signs of the routine seasonal systems that flow south from the northern Pacific; they’re colder and dropping snow at lower elevations than a warmer El Niño storm would, said Karl Swanberg, a National Weather Service forecaster in Sacramento."

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http://www.latimes.com/local/weather/la-me-ln-snow-storm-sierra-20151111-story.html

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Storm Abigail

Foam apocalypse, giant waves and snow storm during Britain’s first named storm in pictures and video

November 13, 2015

 

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Storm warnings have been issued across northern England and every school in Scotland’s Western Isles and Shetland has been closed after the storm hit the UK with winds of up to 84 mph. Here a few pictures and videos featuring the foam apocalypse, giant waves and snow storm that hit currently Britain in its first named storm.

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http://strangesounds.org/2015/11/storm-abigail-foam-apocalypse-giant-waves-and-snow-storm-during-britains-first-named-storm-in-pictures-and-video.html

 

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Winter Storm Bella to Bring First Snow of Season to Parts of the Midwest, Including Chicago, Detroit, Milwaukee

November 20, 2015

 

 

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"Winter Storm Bella will bring the first, not to mention locally heavy, accumulating snow of the season for some in the Upper Midwest, Corn Belt, and Great Lakes."

 

"Parts of the Sioux City, South Dakota metro area have already picked up over a foot of snow in an intense snowband Friday.

 

Winter storm warnings continue from northeast Nebraska and southeast South Dakota into much of Iowa, northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin, including Des Moines, the Quad Cities, Madison, Rockford, Milwaukee and Chicago.

In the much of the Upper Midwest, this means a likelihood for at least 6 inches of snow in 12 hours, or 8 inches of snow in 24 hours. 

Winter storm watches are posted for much of Lower Michigan and extreme northern Indiana, including Detroit, Grand Rapids and Lansing. 

With the cold air in place, another jet-stream level disturbance will intensify as it sweeps eastward over the newly-arrived cold air from the northern Rockies to the Great Lakes and eastern Canada into the weekend."

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http://www.weather.com/storms/winter/news/winter-storm-bella-first-snow-iowa-illinois-wisconsin-michigan-chicago-detroit

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Biggest Storm This Season Breaks Daily Snowfall Record In Denver

December 15, 2015

Chris Spears

 

 

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(Credit: CBS4 Weather Don Nadow near Loveland)

 

"DENVER (CBS4) – The biggest wintericon1.png storm to hit Denver so far this season has also broken a daily snowfall record for the city.

 

As of 5 p.m. the official measurement since midnight at DenverInternationalicon1.png Airport was That is both the biggest one day snowfall so far this seasonicon1.png and a new record for December 15.

 

The previous daily record for Dec. 15 was 2.8″ set in 1897."

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http://denver.cbslocal.com/2015/12/15/biggest-storm-this-season-breaks-daily-snowfall-record-in-denver/

 

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Yes I saw that too Jess----but I was thinking it was BS or we jumped another timeline--Mandela affect---coz I have pics in my lapyap of snow on the Sphinx and Pyramids from about 2012 or 2013-2014?---I go see if I can find them and plonk them here.

 

Found it---

 

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LIVE: Road closures total hundreds of square miles amid central US winter storm

Brian Lada

December 27, 2015

 

"A powerful storm system will continue to produce severe thunderstorms, flooding rain and blizzard conditions making for dangerous travel across the south-central United States.

"Many motorists across the South Central states are facing road closures from either flooding rain in southern Missouri, around Springfield, to an icy mix in central Oklahoma, and a fierce blizzard in western Texas and eastern New Mexico," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski said.

Pydynowski added that conditions will not improve until Monday.

Severe thunderstorms produced tornadoes near Dallas during Saturday afternoon and evening hitting the towns of Rowlett, Garland and Copeville. At least 11 people are reported dead from the storm."

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Now that's some snow  and in New Mexico   darn

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/live-blizzard-ice-severe-storm/54428497

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Winter hits Chihuahua with 25cm of snow – climate change blamed for series of winter storms

 

Winter struck the state of Chihuahua with a vengeance Saturday, leaving snow up to 25 centimeters deep and temperatures as low as -17 C in the mountain region of Tarahumara. It was either cold or very cold throughout the state, said Civil Protection operations director Virgilio Cepeda, with average snow accumulation measuring 15 centimeters in 52 of the state’s 67 municipalities. The snow began falling Saturday night and continued for some 16 hours.

 

https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2015/12/30/winter-hits-chihuahua-with-25cm-of-snow-climate-change-blamed-for-series-of-winter-storms/

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Freak storm pushes North Pole 50 degrees above normal to melting point

Posted By: RumorMail [send E-Mail]

Date: Thursday, 31-Dec-2015 15:41:23

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December 2015 – CLIMATE – A powerful winter cyclone — the same storm that led to two tornado outbreaks in the United States and disastrous river flooding — has driven the North Pole to the freezing point this week, 50 degrees above average for this time of year. From Tuesday evening to Wednesday morning, a mind-boggling pressure drop was recorded in Iceland: 54 millibars in just 18 hours. This triples the criteria for “bomb” cyclogenesis, which meteorologists use to describe a rapidly intensifying mid-latitude storm. A “bomb” cyclone is defined as dropping one millibar per hour for 24 hours. NOAA’s Ocean Prediction Center said the storm’s minimum pressure dropped to 928 millibars around 1 a.m. Eastern time, which likely places it in the top five strongest storms on record in this region.

“According to the center’s records, the all-time strongest storm in this area occurred on Dec. 15, 1986, and that had a minimum central pressure of 900 millibars,” Mashable’s Andrew Freedman reported on Tuesday. “The second-strongest storm occurred in January 1993, with a pressure of 916 millibars.” As this storm churns north, it’s forcing warm air into the Arctic Circle. Over the North Sea, sustained winds from the south are blasting at 70 mph, and gusting to well above 100 mph, drawing heat from south to north. Although there are no permanent weather stations at the North Pole (or really anywhere in the Arctic Ocean), we can use weather forecast models, which ingest data from satellites and surrounding surface observations, to estimate conditions at Earth’s most northern location.

Wednesday morning, temperatures over a vast area around North Pole were somewhere between 30 and 35 degrees Fahrenheit, and for at least a brief moment, surpassed the 32-degree threshold at exactly 90 degrees North, according to data from the GFS forecast model. Data from the International Arctic Buoy Program confirms that temperatures very close to the North Pole surpassed the melting point on Wednesday. Buoy 64760 at a latitude of 87.45 degrees North hit a high temperature of 0.7 degrees Celsius — or 33 degrees Fahrenheit — around 8 a.m. Eastern Time.

“Consider the average winter temperature there is around 20 degrees below zero,” wrote the Capital Weather Gang’s Jason Samenow on Monday. A temperature around the freezing mark signifies a departure from normal of over 50 degrees, and close to typical mid-summer temperatures in this region. In other words, the area around the North Pole was about as warm as Chicago on Wednesday, and quite a few degrees warmer than much of the Midwest. –

https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2015/12/31/freak-storm-pushes-north-pole-50-degrees-above-normal-to-melting-point/

Source http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=36419

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definitely felt that one

 

i have not experienting this kind cold before 

there is something in the air i think i've read about few weeks back 

and that it was methane outbreak from the north pole 

and as usual 

i caught a glimpse from tv and it is the danes 

that are/were buying houses' s in Greenland 

so i think it kind of like 

some are pushing others out while some are entering

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CGI's DocSmallBerries: WEATHER ROULETTE: Gaia's Wobbulations Have Begun

Posted By: Susoni

Date: Friday, 1-Jan-2016 00:09:56

"Folks, the earth's wobble is back. It never really left, but now it's getting worse. And since the mainstream media and our "leaders" refuse to directly tell anyone what's going on, we're gonna be the ones who come right out and break it to you..."

[hit the jump for the story] http://schrodingersothercat.blogspot.com.au/2015/12/weather-roulette-gaias-wobbulations.html

Source http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=36438

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East Coast Bracing for Biggest Snowfall of the Season

January 19, 2016

Emily Shapiro  and Max Golembo

 

 

"Attention East Coasters: it's time to brace yourselves for snow.

Boston, New York and Washington, D.C., are anticipating the biggest snowfall of the season at the end of this week, so be mindful when making weekend plans.

 

 

 

 

In D.C., the snow is expected to begin early afternoon Friday and last through Saturday morning.

In New York City, snowfall is expected to begin Friday around 8 p.m. and end Saturday around noon.

And in Boston, the snow may start Friday night and end Saturday afternoon.

While it's too early to determine specific totals, the heaviest snowfall is expected in towns west of D.C., where 1 to 2 feet is possible."

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http://abcnews.go.com/US/east-coast-bracing-biggest-snowfall-season/story?id=36373734

 

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we had some strange weather these last months here in greenland

 

people talked about 'we had not seen that much brightness from the sun'

the snow storms we had seemed set upon or programmed one night

five minutes of blazing then a few minutes very calm 

then another with freezing then calm 

i had not experienced that before

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