Friday, December 13, 2013


Weeklong freeze puts California citrus crops in jeopardy
Temperatures in citrus-growing areas in California’s San Joaquin Valley once again dipped to potentially damaging levels the night of Dec. 10 and early morning of Dec. 11. That made seven nights out of eight that temperatures were low enough to cause concern, and the cumulative effect, in spite of frost-protection measures, could now mean that there is some fairly extensive damage.
Frost takes financial financial toll - ABC Rural (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Two months on since frost hit farms in the Riverina and Northern Victoria and some farmers are contemplating life off the land.
Al Gore urges Senate Democrats to act boldly on global warming
[Warmist Eilperin/Ed O'Keefe] Gore's talk came at a time when climate policy appears to be gathering momentum in Washington
Bitter cold in Michigan, big pileup near Muskegon - WNEM TV 5
Cold, snowy weather gripping Michigan is being blamed for a 40-vehicle pileup on a western Michigan expressway, injuring a sheriff's deputy.

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