Winter Storm Xenia Sends Climate Change Packing

Winter Storm Xenia The last winter storm of March delivered some of the most snow of the season for some cities. Xenia was another widespread storm especially when you consider it is officially spring. On March 31st there was whiteout … Continue reading

Winter Storm Seneca Comes on Heels of Rex

Winter Storm Rex Winter Storm Seneca came quickly on the heels of Winter Storm Rex. Rex did not reach the south like some of the recent winter storms. However, many northern and north eastern states received high snow totals on … Continue reading

WARNING: Winter Storm Ion Brings Danger, Freezing Arctic Blast

Winter Storm Ion Winter Storm Ion has hit America with a dangerous freezing Arctic Blast. An amazing 32 of the lower 48 states have been under either a Winter Storm Advisory or Winter Storm Warning. The approximate 1200 mile long … Continue reading

Major League Baseball Strikes Out Global Warming In Record Cold

Major League Baseball Cold Major League Baseball is proving global warming to be a farce. Players are still playing ball in cold conditions for this time of year. One of the most unusual games was when the Atlanta Braves played … Continue reading

Record Breaking Temperatures From April’s 4th Winter Storm Zeus

Winter Storm Zeus Breaking Records The 4th winter storm in April, called Storm Zeus, is breaking old low temperature records and snow accumulation records. The first three storms did the same. The four winter storms were named Walda, Xerxes, Yogi … Continue reading

Winter Storm Yogi Bears Down

Winter Storm Yogi continues to bear down on several states. Wyoming, Colorado, Minnesota, South Dakota and North Dakota have been hammered with snow, ice and freezing temperatures. Winter storm Yogi comes right off the back of winter storm Walda just … Continue reading

Winter Storm Walda Widespread

Winter storm Walda has spread its snow and freezing temperatures into several states. April snowstorms and ice accumulation have hit Colorado, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. Some other states feeling unusually … Continue reading