First sign of winter
I noticed this morning that the NWS has posted Winter Weather Advisories and Warnings for the mountain areas of Montana and Yellowstone Park USA. They are predicting 4-8" (10-20 cm), locally 10+" (25+ cm)of heavy, wet snow during the first really cold frontal passage with winter weather and widespread upper 20s and 30s (-2 to 3 C) behind the front. Imagine all the Summer tourists taking in Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks waking up to winter in August. Brr!
Picture at Logan Pass, Glacier National Park today:
@jiminsandiego, please don't mention winter yet, it's awesome up here so far... We're at the end of august and still above 25°C,and some humidex factor too... But when winter it us, is pretty bad.
Take care dude...
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Today, I just found interesting infographics from WMO prooving how extreme was this year around the globe