Snow In September 2014 Is Earliest On Record

Posted: Sep 12 2014, 4:13am CDT | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Snow in September 2014 is Earliest on Record
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That it snows in Canada early is somehow not surprising. But now snow came also to places in the US breaking records.

Earlier this week Calgary in Canada got hit by snow causing quite a chaos. They got more than 20cm of snow. Now East Rapid City in South Dakota got hit by 1 inch of snow. According to the Washington Post, this is the earliest snow fall on record. Records go back to 1888 and the earliest so far was September 13 in 1970.

Other places in South Dakota are hit with more snow. Getting snow this early after summer just ended is frustrating. I suggest getting on the next flight to Hawaii to escape this mess.

Calgary had now snow for three days and they start to cope with it through funny tweets. See some of the best Snow in September tweets below. The grumpy snowman army is especially funny.

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