This week's US headlines:
Snow coverage in US for early December lowest in 18 years
If you think 2021 is feeling warmer and less snowy than usual, you're not alone.
This is the second time in a matter of days that people were trapped by a snowstorm.
Pubgoers at the Tan Hill Inn, England ended up being stranded for three days when Storm Arwen blew through and dropped so much snow, it took days for the roads to be cleared.
A major snowstorm in northern Denmark shut down the local roads, leaving shoppers stuck inside an IKEA to throw a giant slumber party.
With a snowstorm closing the roads and grinding public transportation to a halt in Aalborg, Denmark, six customers and 25 staffers were forced to spend the night in a furniture store
Record-shattering cold has gripped Alaska and refuses to let go
But it’s an entirely different story in Alaska.
The town of King Salmon endured their coldest November on record, averaging only 4 degrees F, while Cold Bay averaged 27.7 degrees. The town of King Salmon endured their coldest November on record, averaging only 4 degrees F, while Cold Bay averaged 27.7 degrees.
The icepack in the Bering Sea has been more established this season than in years past, which has also limited any of the moderating influences that warmer ocean waters could have.
And while the remarkably low temperatures are certainly noteworthy, Brettshneider said it's been the persistence of the cold that's truly been unusual.
Blizzard warnings have been issued for the summits of the Big Island.
Some locations could receive up to a foot of snow.
Edited by Rogerdodger, 04 December 2021 - 01:28 PM.