Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

Are the clouds in “The Scream” volcanic or nacreous clouds?

The bright orange and pink clouds in Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” have long been thought to be a product of a volcanic eruption, most likely the very large eruption of Krakatoa in 1883.  Volcanic eruptions shoot sulfuric acid droplets and ash high into the atmosphere, producing spectacular sunsets around the…
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April 25, 1910 snowfall in northern Georgia

From This Day in Weather History on Facebook: April 25th, 1910 – Atlanta, Georgia was blanketed with 1.5 inches of snow while seeing their latest freeze ever with a morning low of 32°F. The high that day of 39°F was the second time ever that the high never got out…
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