Week 4 Image
I’ll stick with a snowy winter scene for this week even though we do not have snow in Toledo. This sure has been a strange winter.
This is the Manicouagan crater in Quebec. It is 100 km in diameter. Something big hit the earth a long time ago and left the crater.
What are we looking at?
On another note, what has happened to our winter? It is 58 F in Toledo. It has been the warmest January we have had in a while. Alaska has been hogging all of the cold weather. Fairbanks, Alaska has had something like the 7th coldest January in the last 100 years with an average temperature of -26 F. That’s crazy cold. See the temperatures from Alaska today in the image below. I have also heard that the Arctic Oscillation is not allowing cold air to come down south too much. What causes changes in the Arctic Oscillation you might ask? I don’t know.