Winter of 2007 cancels baseball and kills otters
So far the Winter of 2007 has closed airports, disrupted rail traffic, broken records, destroyed buildings, frozen rivers, closed highways, threatened crops and disrupted hearings into global warming.
And now it is disrupting baseball in Cleveland and elsewhere.
Cleveland AP photo 4-9-07
And setting records in Charlotte, NC.
And killing sea otters in Alaska:
An extra-cold winter on the Alaska Peninsula has frozen sea otters out of the bay and pushed them onto the tundra near Port Heiden where they're easy prey for wolves, humans and hunger.
This April is, so far, the coldest April in 113 years.
Bloomberg news confirms record cold for April in New York.