The weather is going crazy around the world, breaking almost every week a new extreme event record. Here three examples of weather anomalies recorded these days around the world:
More than 1.5 meters of fresh snow and 3.5 meters (11.5 feet) of snow accumulation were recorded on The Brocken, also known as the Blocksberg, the highest peak of the Harz mountain range and also the highest peak of Northern Germany culminating at 1,141 metres (3,743 ft):
The next event is actually good news for the next winter olympics – although they are still far away. After five days of extreme cold weather, ice has formed on the Han River in Seoul, South Korea.
And this ICE is the first ice formation on the river before Dec. 15 in 71 years. Last time such a phenomenon occurred was on December 12, 1946.
While Finally, normally very hot, the current summer in Queensland, Australia breaks record lows with temperatures dropping to 11 degrees Celsius below average, which is, even for forecasters, a “very unusual” phenomenon. Mount Isa had its lowest overnight December temperate ever on record at 12 degrees Celsius – 11C degrees below average. Burketown had a minimum of 17.7C which was the lowest they’d seen up there since 1920, but that was eclipsed today with 16C, and that’s the coldest December morning since 1907. Richmond yesterday was 11.8C which was the lowest there in December since 1909. And of course the reason behind this anomaly is unknown!
I would just like to add videos about some other strange weather events going on these last few days:
Aerial footage captured images of the Chilean village of Villa Santa Lucia buried beneath a thick layer of mud on Saturday, following a deadly landslide which killed at least five people:
Third-largest wildfires in history spread across Southern California… And it is just 30% contained!:
After hail and thunderstorms engulged the United Arab Emirates and Oman yesterday, now impressive floods are engulfing the north of the country:
Snow accumulation up to 3.5 meters (11.5 feet) were reported at Brocken in Germany on December 16, 2017. Lucas Steinhoff via Twitter
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