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Old 01-14-2019, 11:53 PM   #1
xoxoxoBruce
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Jan 15th, 2019: Winter

Itís January, when the Aussies are frolicking around the barbie, nearly naked, on warm sand beaches.
But for us living north of the Earths waistline January has a more chilling effect, it means cold, ice and snow.
Of course across the southern states from Atlanta to San Diego it can be chilly on occasion but they donít have to deal with snowy roads.
Um, not exactly...



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Beautiful pictures from locals have emerged recently, showing how the snow has dusted the regionís iconic saguaro cacti and blanketed the mountains of Arizona and New Mexico. Scenes from the Grand Canyon on New Yearís Day show the immense landscape looking ever more spectacular in a layer of powdery white snow. The city of Tucson had reportedly 0.4 inches (1 cm) inches of snow, while Arizona had up to 18 inches (46 cm). Meanwhile the Los Alamos and Mountainair areas of New Mexico reported having 20 inches (50 cm) of snow. Even Southern California had a flurry or two.


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