The greatest shock to the press was the seemingly frost-resistant locals of Yakutia. School gets canceled only after -50° and markets never cease to work. Moreover, there’s always room for beauty.
Latest Euro Weeklies (Maps @RyanMaue) illustrates the transition from #winter thaw to arctic #cold filtering south back into the US deeper into Feb. 🆖📉 #NatGas #OOTT $ung $natgas #AGwx pic.twitter.com/HZu2HhcgIO
— Kirk 🌽 Hinz | BAM Weather (@Met_khinz) January 23, 2018
Tokyo weather: Snow storm SMASHES Tokyo for first time in 4 years
SNOW blanketed Tokyo today, forcing Japanese authorities to issue the first heavy snow warning in the city for four years.
Warnings currently stretch from Oshima Chiho on Japan’s west coast, all the way down to Hokubu.
Train services were curtailed and some highways were closed today (January 22), as icy roads were causing traffic accidents. Some 250 flights from Tokyo’s Haneda airport were cancelled.