Deep freeze keeps grip on eastern United States, expected to ease from Weds

(Reuters) – A record-shattering arctic cold wave kept its grip on much of the United States east of the Rocky Mountains on Tuesday but temperatures everywhere except the northeast were expected to warm thereafter.

Read more: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-weather/deep-freeze-keeps-grip-on-eastern-united-states-expected-to-ease-from-weds-idUSKBN1ER0MR

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Roughly a quarter of the planet is slowly turning into a perpetual desert.

In 2017, I couldn’t stop trying to identify corvids. It’s harder than you might think. My latest challenge: a photo of a black bird on the ground. It’s got the fluffy neck feathers of an adult raven and the blue eyes of a baby crow. I’m going with: Raven.

Read more: http://grist.org/briefly/roughly-a-quarter-of-the-planet-is-slowly-turning-into-a-perpetual-desert/

Roughly a quarter of the planet is slowly turning into a perpetual desert.

In 2017, I couldn’t stop trying to identify corvids. It’s harder than you might think. My latest challenge: a photo of a black bird on the ground. It’s got the fluffy neck feathers of an adult raven and the blue eyes of a baby crow. I’m going with: Raven.

Read more: http://grist.org/briefly/roughly-a-quarter-of-the-planet-is-slowly-turning-into-a-perpetual-desert/

Roughly a quarter of the planet is slowly turning into a perpetual desert.

In 2017, I couldn’t stop trying to identify corvids. It’s harder than you might think. My latest challenge: a photo of a black bird on the ground. It’s got the fluffy neck feathers of an adult raven and the blue eyes of a baby crow. I’m going with: Raven.

Read more: http://grist.org/briefly/roughly-a-quarter-of-the-planet-is-slowly-turning-into-a-perpetual-desert/

Roughly a quarter of the planet is slowly turning into a perpetual desert.

In 2017, I couldn’t stop trying to identify corvids. It’s harder than you might think. My latest challenge: a photo of a black bird on the ground. It’s got the fluffy neck feathers of an adult raven and the blue eyes of a baby crow. I’m going with: Raven.

Read more: http://grist.org/briefly/roughly-a-quarter-of-the-planet-is-slowly-turning-into-a-perpetual-desert/

Roughly a quarter of the planet is slowly turning into a perpetual desert.

In 2017, I couldn’t stop trying to identify corvids. It’s harder than you might think. My latest challenge: a photo of a black bird on the ground. It’s got the fluffy neck feathers of an adult raven and the blue eyes of a baby crow. I’m going with: Raven.

Read more: http://grist.org/briefly/roughly-a-quarter-of-the-planet-is-slowly-turning-into-a-perpetual-desert/