January 2013 Second-Warmest In 35 Years – Oranges and Icicles

As reported on Live Science.com last month, Jan 2013 was the warmest in 35 years worldwide. Per Jeanna Bryner’s article.  The link will take you to her interesting article.

Oranges and icicles

Oranges and icicles

Weather effects are cold temperatures in places that have been typically hot and vise versa.  Cold fronts are meeting warm weather fronts that have picked up heavy loads of evaporated moisture and you get the type weather that has hit the Northeast Coast of the U.S. recently.

Water holes become deadly quagmires for all living creatures. Here, within a few meters of a desiccated waterhole, the skeletal remains of a Hereford cow lies bleaching in the sun after hungry coyotes consumed all edible flesh from the emaciated carcus.Photograph by Wyman Meinzer

Water holes become deadly quagmires for all living creatures. Here, within a few meters of a desiccated waterhole, the skeletal remains of a Hereford cow lies bleaching in the sun after hungry coyotes consumed all edible flesh from the emaciated carcus.
Photograph by Wyman Meinzer

We still have drought in Texas and changing weather patterns in most areas of the U.S., not to mentions the globe in general.  Here is an article on NPR.org that should concern no matter where you live, it is just a local symptom of a larger cancer.

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