5 meters of snow in California and temperatures of 20 ° C in Alaska: the “strange” winter of extreme weather in North America

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Meters of snow in California and summer heat in Alaska.

The northern hemisphere of America experiences a strange December, with tornadoes, snowfalls in places where there are usually pleasant temperatures around these dates and heat where there is usually snow.

Alaska, the coldest U.S. state, had the hottest December day in recorded history on Sunday, with a temperature of 19,4 °C registered on Kodiak Island.

While in Seattle, in the state of Washington, the same day a temperature of -6.7 ° C was reported, which broke a record set in 1948, according to the US National Weather Service.



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