The United States has been hit by the biggest snowstorm in years. The cold usually reaches sunny Florida, which presents a strange problem.
American Weather Service NWS Warns that iguanas may fall from trees due to sudden cold. Cold iguanas will paralyze, lose their grip and fall to the ground.
See your Florida friends because they have a cool breeze.
Tomorrow the temperature will be in the 30s and 40s. It is expected to be the coldest day in South Florida in four years. pic.twitter.com/3CMzRqnOk6
– Weather Channel (@weatherchannel) January 30, 2022
Largest blizzard in years
The northeastern parts of the United States have been affected by the blizzard. Big cities like New York and Boston were particularly affected by the storm. It was the worst winter storm to hit the United States in years, causing traffic chaos and power outages in an area of 70 million people.
More than half a meter of snow fell yesterday in the worst-affected areas of New York and Massachusetts. More than 95,000 homes in Massachusetts are currently without electricity and at least eight inches of snow has fallen in New York’s Central Park. A woman died. It happened on Long Island, where the woman was found by a snowflower in her car.
On Friday and yesterday, 5,000 flights were canceled in the United States due to the blizzard, and more than 1,000 flights were canceled today, according to the FlightAware website.
‘Naked cowboy’ on the street in underwear
Although people are advised to stay indoors as much as possible, not everyone pays attention to it. This did not stop street artist Robert Burke from performing his performance in the famous Times Square yesterday. He is better known as the ‘naked cowboy’ in New York, yesterday he went out only in a cowboy hat and underwear and boots to entertain tourists, but it was hard to find them due to the snow storm.
– AFP Photo (FPAFPphoto) January 29, 2022
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