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US In Deep Freeze, NOAA Finally Admits This—Nuclear Weather, The Fallout Is Killing, Too

NOAA forecast still has Northeast 'normal' winter

Atlanta – Arctic air hits United States, bringing rare snowstorm to South – NY Daily News: the NOAA ‘climatologists’ (sic) confidently predicted last October that the entire US would have a very, very warm winter.  Meanwhile,  I was frantically churning out a mountain of firewood because I knew we were doomed to a very cold, long winter.  As I feared, before Thanksgiving it went below zero here which is most unusual.  We have had repeated pulses of below zero weather since then.  The latest one being the coldest so far.  It is so cold, the entire nation outside one small sliver out west was below freezing with snow in Dixie.

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A Winter’s Tale: Panda, Tippy and Akamaru Play In Snow Sort Of…

Panda runs riot in snow

Today we are having a real snow storm, not light snow.  And it is bitter cold, a sort of cold Napoleon’s Grand Armee enjoyed while fleeing Moscow.  The kittens are now cats and this is their very first winter.  Panda, who has huge front paws with opposable thumbs, has been chasing snow flakes while her short haired sister, Tippy, is not as happy about this reversal of nature.

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