Daily Archives: February 19, 2010

Southern Snow Again

Once again there’s a flow from the Pacific Ocean to southern California, to the Southwest, to Texas. Once again, El Niño-fueled storms are bringing rain and snow to the southern 1/3 of the United States. And once again cold and snow are pushing unusually far south into Texas. Snow and sleet are expected to increase […]

Israel Experiencing a Winter Heat Wave

Picture: Haaretz.com A winter heat wave strikes Israel while Europe has been experiencing cold temperatures. A cold front from the North Pole is headed south toward Western Europe. Ahead of the front, warm air has come in from the deserts in the south. The temperature has risen to 86 F (30 C). Although this falls […]

The Past Few Weeks: A Look Around

I don’t want to set a precedent by reporting “wild, weird stuff” from the World of Weather each week or even each month, but it seems the few weeks has had a lot going on. Of course, the record-breaking snows and power outages across the eastern U.S. are well known . . . but there’s […]