Photo by Baldur Kristjans In Iceland, nature is something to be feared and respected. The whole country blows hot and cold: thirty active volcanoes bubble and steam while Arctic winds can send temperatures plummeting to as low as -30C in the north. Show More Summary
One week on the PCT brings me to Warner Springs, CA (mile 109). The experience so far has been exhilarating to say the least. Each day has brought a new challenge; intense heat, freezing cold, rain, relentless wind and lack of water. But with all the challenges came some amazing moments on the trail. Day......
One of the funniest ad campaigns of 2015—Australia's "The Boys" campaign for Bonds underwear, starring a pair of chatty testicles—returns in a big way for 2016 with a seven-story-high weather billboard in downtown Melbourne in which the lads react in real time to cold, warmth and wind. read more
Sunday, April 17th... watching two humpback whales slowly coming up island not far from shore, with no bite of coldness in the air, no wind, and feeling the warmth of the sun coming up over the ridge, was a great way to start the day......following...Show More Summary
Mycobates sarekensis, from Siepel & Dimmers (2010). The Arctic tundra is not an inviting place. Cold winds sweep through a forebidding landscape, unhindered by forest. In places, patches of bare rock can be seen, with no vegetation able to retain a foothold other than hardy lichens. Show More Summary
Cute Spring jackets are a must in everyone’s closet. Why? Well, because no matter what year it is, or how warm the weather pattern has been, it will always be cold on Memorial Day, right? 1. Vegan Leather Jacket Leather wearers shouldn’t have all the fun — vegan gals want […] The post 5 Cute Spring Jackets for When the Wind Blows: Friday Finds appeared first on EcoSalon.
The Spring of 2016 continues to be highly volatile with hot, cold, snow/ice, and wind alternating, sometimes on the same day. The wet/heavy snow combined with 40mph winds caused one of our large poplars to fall. Although I do most of the forestry work at Unity Farm, I draw the line at activities that are likely to kill me. Show More Summary
Winter and spring traded places at road races over the past few months.
Being exposed to the elements as they are, motorcycle riders face the prospect of sweating through hot days under their leathers, or shivering as frigid winds blow through them on cold ones. There are some heating and cooling options...Show More Summary
It's going to feel a lot more like winter than spring.
The next little storm system arrives late tonight with a fresh batch of cold air and a risk for springtime snowflakes.
Another low-pressure disturbance caught up in the strong northwestern flow aloft will glide through the Chicago area Friday morning accompanied by a cold front that will swing winds to the north/northwest. Cold air will follow with strengthening winds gusting to 30 mph. The White Sox opener will...
?? What met the faces coming out the lobby door was a winter wind. The glaze high on the white-brick building was blinding. Out on Broadway, between the dazzle and the cold, the eyes started to water. A bright red space heater balanced on the counter of the newsstand. Someone lugging a roller bag down […]
It was mild and sunny along the Front Range urban corridor this morning but a dense band of clouds obscured the Continental Divide to our west. Arriving just after noon, this cold front unleashed strong winds, gusting to 50 mph.In many...Show More Summary
Raindrops mark the end of our brief return to warmth. Another episode of howling wind is about to send us back into the freezer.
Wind chills may dip into the teens Tuesday morning.
Today has two personalities. They're both more enjoyable than the one we get on Sunday.
We'll have wind, cold, warmth, thunderstorms and did I say WIND?
New York's warm, soupy, summerlike Friday is basically a cruel April Fools' joke. Wear your sandals and sundresses, if you must, but know that in about 24 hours you'll have to trade them in for a sweater and probably your puffy coat. That's right: Winter isn't through with us just... More »