Friday, October 04, 2013


Record snowfall, blizzard conditions expected
A powerful storm expected to hit western South Dakota early this morning could break a nearly 100-year record.

Rapid City may see the earliest major snowstorm in recorded history, according to the National Weather Service in Rapid City. Records date back to 1888.
Back to the Future Like a Virgin With the IPCC | Rev. Jim Ball
A better and safer world, free from the scourge of unprecedented climate change, is indeed possible, and God is leading the way and giving us the spiritual power necessary to prevail.
FAO cuts global wheat forecasts on LatAm frost damage

Chile in huge cross losses from frost|Americas|
SANTIAGO - Chile declared a state of emergency on Thursday after a late frost due to unusually low temperatures caused widespread damage to fruit crops in central Chile, potentially hitting wine production in one of South America 's top fruit exporters.

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