Yeah, That Looks Normal: A Drive Through Icy Hell in Slovenia

February 5, 2014

Alaska is lukewarm slush. The arctic is anomalously warm as a whole (see map below the fold).

Slovenia, in eastern central Europe is, uhhh…hmmm.

Business Insider:

Three days of blizzards have inflicted “the worst devastation in living memory” in the small Alpine country of Slovenia, according to local media.

About 50,000 homes lost power as trees and electricity poles buckled under up to six inches of ice after oscillating temperatures caused some snow to melt and then freeze again.

Authorities estimate that roughly half of Slovenia’s forests — about 1.2 million acres — have been damaged.

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27 Responses to “Yeah, That Looks Normal: A Drive Through Icy Hell in Slovenia”


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