By: David Sterman of Street Authority
It started snowing early in Siberia.
According to Rutgers University's Global Snow Lab, there is already more than 10 inches of snow on the ground in the massive tundra north of Moscow. That's the first time 10 inches had already fallen by the end of October since 2002. Roughly 900,000 square miles are covered in snow right now, much higher than the 50-year average of 573,000 square miles. Continue reading "Natural Gas Bulls Love This Strange Weather Event"