... people in Peru's highlands continue to experience freezing weather that has become deadly.1 - IT'S NORMAL.
The country's national weather service, SENAMHI has reported that temperatures in the region of Puno have dropped to as low as -26.5°C (-15.7°F).
With snowstorms and freezing winds reaching between 25 and 30 kilometers (15 - 19 miles) in speed, Hernan Saavedra, SENAMHI's regional director assured that weather conditions in Peru's highlands were normal for this time of year.
2 - IT'S FREAKIN' FREEZING.
3 - AND AGW = BS.
The authorities in Peru say severe cold weather has killed at least 59 people, most of them children, in the south-east of the country.SOMEBODY TELL AL GORE TO STFU.
The freezing cold has left more than 60,000 people without food and shelter.