The United States is experiencing the biggest snow storm in years. The cold arrives in usually sunny Florida and this presents a strange problem.
American NWS . Weather Service It warns that iguanas can fall from trees due to sudden cold. The cold can paralyze the iguana, lose its grip and fall.
Check out your friends in Florida, because they have some cool air coming their way.
Temperatures will hit the 30s and 40s tomorrow. It is expected to be the coldest day in South Florida in four years. pic.twitter.com/3CMzRqnOk6
– weatherchannel January 30 2022
Biggest snow storm in years
Large parts of the northeastern United States were hit by a snowstorm. Large cities such as New York and Boston are particularly affected by the storm. It’s the biggest winter storm the US has seen in years, causing traffic chaos and blackouts in a region of some 70 million people.
More than half a meter of snow fell yesterday in the worst affected areas, in the states of New York and Massachusetts. More than 95,000 homes in Massachusetts are currently without power and at least eight inches of snow fall in Central Park in New York. A woman died. It happened on Long Island, where the woman was found in her car by a snow blower.
On Friday and yesterday, 5,000 flights were canceled in the US due to the snowstorm and more than 1,000 flights have already been canceled today, according to FlightAware.
Naked cowboy on the street in panties
Although people are advised to stay indoors as much as possible, not everyone is paying attention. That didn’t stop street artist Robert Burke from performing in the famous Times Square yesterday. Known in New York as “Naked Cowboy” he came out yesterday in a cowboy hat and was only wearing pants and shoes to entertain the tourists, but they were hard to find because of the snowstorm.
– AFP (AFPphoto) January 29 2022
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