Kathmandu gets first snowfall in 63 years

Darren, it is incredible. I just posted in the South America Severe Weather thread:

Bariloche, in Southern Argentina, where snow is uncommon in the summer time, had a snow event that has been considered the most important this time of the year in more than a decade. Check the pictures here:


The pattern in the central and southern portions of the continent resembles the months of fall and not the peak of the summer in this part of the globe. It snowed more in a single summer day in Bariloche than all the winter so far in New York City.
Video from the snow in the Nepalese capital:


Photos of the snowfall: