Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Non-UFO: Antarctic Wave Blasts Southern Hemisphere

While some parts of the U.S. bake in some of the hottest temperatures ever recorded, the Southern Hemisphere is facing a savage winter. Contributing editor Guillermo Gimenez writes: "After many days of much cold and rain along the Argentinean Atlantic coast, it has finally snowed in various cities of Buenos Aires province, and Necochea, of course, is no exception, with temperatures of -6 degrees. Snow fell all over this coastal region. I witnessed the snowfall between 0100 and 0230 hours. The phenomenon was repeated later on. The polar wave has reached all of South America." Other reports indicate extreme cold and even snow in parts of southern Brazil.