August 13, 2019 Colorado weather forecast: Thunderstorms, rain, and egg-sized hail.
The image here shows two photos of the Pedersen Glacier in Alaska. The black and white image is from 1917, and the open green field is from 2005. I found those photos in this YouTube video after viewing a short video about how warm it is in the Arctic Circle this year, where glaciers are melting during the winter instead of forming new ice.
For more information, the USGS has this page which shows many more examples of disappearing glaciers in Alaska.
Meanwhile, in Fairbanks, Alaska ... the ArcticCam shows snow on the roads. Temps are 24/30, freezing rain is likely.
As the tweet shows, they finally have sub-zero weather in Anchorage, Alaska, after 394 days of above-zero weather.
This map shows the ground temperatures in the United States on September 30, 2104. The temperatures range from 113 degrees F (yellow) to “freezing,” which is shown in white.
It was a dark and stormy night ... well, windy, anyway.
It felt like we might have a tornado in Virginia Beach today, with that familiar and unusual low-pressure feeling. At one point it even looked like the ocean water was being pulled up into the sky.
Wow, this is just wicked. I lived in Talkeetna, Wasilla, and Palmer, Alaska, and never had air conditioning the entire time. I hope everyone finds a way to stay cool.
Infographic - The Boulder, Colorado weather history for April 17, 2013 compared to the actual. Graph from wunderground.com.
Taking a break from my regularly scheduled technical writing, if you ever wondered what the weather was like in Alaska in the winter, I just wrote a short post about an 80-mph winter wind storm that hit Wasilla, Alaska yesterday.