Nuclear Power Plant Causes Freak Snow Storm In Pittsburgh

The MAN-MADE blizzard: Nuclear power plant causes freak snow storm in Pittsburgh (Daily mail, Jan 24, 2013):

Pittsburgh was coated in a layer of snow last night – but not from Mother Nature.

A nuclear power plant was responsible for the incredible swath of snowfall from clear skies, as warm, moist air from the power plant combined with the unusually frigid temperatures.

The snow began falling around 5pm last night, and ended around midnight, marking an event that only occurs every few years.

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