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Tópico em 'América' iniciado por Iceberg 23 Nov 2006 às 23:04.
Uma situação considerada pouco usual, dado não acontecer desde o longínquo ano de 1912, ainda para mais em Novembro, aqui vai um extracto da notícia:
Cold Snap arrives in the Sunshine State in time for Thanksgiving. by Steph Ball
A coastal storm has been winding up off the eastern coast of the USA over the last few days, bringing heavy rain and strong winds
across several states.
The bad weather has particularly hit travellers escaping for the Thanksgiving holiday, bringing flooding across the states of North and South Carolina, Virginia and as far north as New Jersey. East coast travel was disrupted during Tuesday and Wednesday as strong winds buffeted the coast causing ferry cancellations and airport delays. Heavy rains also caused flooding on many coastal roads.
On top of the rain and high winds further north, the storm has also been driving some cold air southwards across South Carolina and on Tuesday this resulted in Charleston having its earliest snowfall on record. Whilst the snowfall recorded was just a trace, it unusually fell during a thunderstorm, producing the rare phenomenon of 'thundersnow'.
The cold air then continued its journey South during Wednesday and eventually resulted in a few flakes of snow in Orlando, Florida. This was extremely unusual, being the first snow recorded in Florida during November since 1912.
Whilst the cold snap is expected to last through the Thanksgiving holiday, temperatures are expected to quickly recover and by the end of the weekend Miami is forecast to return to temperatures in the high 70s/low 80s (up to 27C).
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É o aquecimento global, lá está...
Isso é considerado um fenomeno extremo, e como tal é provocado pelo aquecimento global.
Meus amigos, as evidências são muitas, diria são demais, sabem o que é que passa ao lado da Flórida?
Deixa-me adivinhar ... ... a cada vez mais debilitada Corrente do Golfo ?