Sunday, May 27, 2018

Icebergs don't move South for the Summer


Why were the icebergs moving south for the summer?  Because things were too hot up north for them to stick around.  Warm weather breaks up the ice packs and causes the glaciers to flow and break off.

Well, this year they are very happy and staying home, along with the very happy Polar Bears.  Will you see any of this happy news on the tube?  Nope.

There's the temp map.  Still very cold where the icebergs are born.  No tourists this year.

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