Lately there has been a lot going on weather wise and many places around the world are seeing unusual weather. From the Tsunami in Asia, Flooding here in Ohio, Snowing in california and parts or arizona, and snow storms sweeping throughout the midwest.
Now to the point of my topic. I was just wondering if there was snow fall in the seasonal parks area in california, like disney, universal, SFMM etc. and do( or did) they close the park when it snows(ed)?
Lets hope the weather gets back to nomal.
*My heart goes out to all the families that lost someone in the tsunami and all those injured and left homeless due to the disater.*
I'm not sure where you're getting your information from but it did not snow at any of the parks in California, either in Los Angeles, the Bay Area, nor San Diego. It did snow in the mountains, but that's not unusual at all. Sure, we are getting a lot of rain recently but its not totally out of the ordinary...our weather goes in cycles and we've had exceptionally rainy years before.
Arizona also typically receives snow in the northern part of the state and in Tucson, where my sister lives. But according to her the weather there has been close to usual, although there was a bit of flooding in Sedona.
BTW, the Tsunami was not weather-created, it was due to the strong earthquake.
Satan? Conspiracy theory? Yes, indeed! Next, on the History Channel: Conspiracy: The assassination of Frosty... In NE ohio, this weather is normal. Ask any skier, they'll tell you so. Last year, we had the rain in December about a week before xmas. We get a good snow, run out and buy passes. Then, usually about a week afterward, we get the thaw, and wonder why we bought the passes in the first place. Then it snows again. However, it could be satan. there is a lot of thawing about. :)
Weather tends to be cyclical. What is happening now is not all that unusual. I can remember Christmas' in Pittsburgh when the temps were in the 60's. I also remember winters when the temps seldom got out of the teens until just before Easter. Out on the left coast we experience really dry warm winters, and then some really wet, cold winters.Just because you've never experienced it before doesn't mean it hasn't happened before.
Actually it is kinda unusual for the snowstorms that are happening everywhere in the midwest because some places got like 2 feet of snow or more and here in St.Louis we're supposed to get freezing rain and it gonna turn to 2-4 inches of pure ice by tomorrow.
Oh and around Christmas, it was really strange because it was so warm here around Christmas and everyone was wearing short sleeve shirts and even most people wore shorts here too. At the store no1 had a coat or jacket on. Me, i was wearing shorts cause i was hot! LOL! Very strange weather going on now!