An estimated 500 climbers died when the South Pole went dark on March 4.
It is the deadliest snowfall on record and the largest snowfall in the world.
The reason is simple: The earth is cooling.
The snowfall and the polar ice caps melting have left South Pole in the grip of a winter with few, if any, snow.
The only thing that has remained frozen is the Antarctic continent.
On March 4, a new snowfall, called a thaw, fell in the South-East Pacific.
The Antarctic snow has fallen every year since 1992.
This year, it is expected to fall in the next few days.
The thaw was caused by melting of the ice cap and its accompanying meltwater, which is being fed to the sea by the melting sea ice.
A warmer sea water causes the water to sink and rise up.
This causes the sea ice to melt, bringing with it more snow.
As the ice melts, more snow falls, and the area around the Antarctic cap increases in size.
The thaw will last for months, and there is no end in sight.
This has the potential to be the greatest snowfall since 1953, when the world record was set.
Scientists are not sure what will happen when the snow is gone.
Scientists say that the thawing process is linked to changes in the weather.
This is why the Antarctic has a winter in the north, but not in the south.
And it is why there is a new layer of ice on the surface of the continent.
In addition, a warmer sea will melt more snow, bringing the temperature back down to the coldest place in the country.
This means the snow could melt and freeze the South Poles mountains and valleys.
But the temperature will still rise in the winter months.
What happens if the snow falls in winter?
If the ice is not thawed, the snowfall will be too warm for the water in the sea to warm enough to melt the ice.
If the sea is too cold, then the water will not be able to melt enough snow to melt it, leading to further snowfall.
If the sea freezes over, the water would be able not to freeze and thus not melt enough to bring about a thawed ice cap.
But if the icecaps thaw and the ice on them melts, it will then release the water and the water may flow into the South Atlantic.
This would then bring about an increase in the amount of snowfall over the Antarctic, causing more snow to fall.
What is happening to glaciers?
The snow that falls on Antarctica is mostly ice.
The South Pole is an ice cap, so the snow that fell on it in 2016 is the result of an ice sheet melting.
This ice sheet, called the Ross Ice Shelf, is made up of several subglacial glaciers, each about 30 metres (100 feet) thick.
This area of the Antarctic covers about three per cent of the globe.
The Ross Ice Sheet is one of the world the largest ice sheets, and it is covered with snow and ice, making it a unique place to see the snow fall.
But there is more to the Ross ice sheet than snow.
A series of ice shelves and ice shelves that form the ice sheets floor all over the globe, known as the Shelf of St Lawrence.
This shelf acts as a sort of buffer between the ocean and the continents.
When the ice shelf breaks, water from the ocean gets pushed into the Sheel of St Thomas, a shelf that sits on top of the Ross.
If that happens, the waters in the ice sheet will flow back up and onto the sea.
In the winter of 2018, scientists observed the ice shelves forming on the ice that fell in Antarctica.
They observed the Sheels of St. Lawrence and St. Thomas glaciers breaking up into smaller icebergs, and also the icebergs breaking off into smaller pieces of ice.
The ice sheets ice shelf shelf is an integral part of the planet’s climate system.
The ice that falls is part of what is called a snowfall that causes the Antarctic to be ice-free.
The Ross Ice shelf is a major part of that system.
The sea ice is a thin sheet of ice that is floating in the ocean.
In the summer, it gets colder, and in the summer months, it melts.
This allows the ocean to flow into and out of the South Polar Sea.
But in the fall, the sea and the air get cooler, and this can lead to a loss of the snow and the freezing rain that are normally part of winter.
The amount of ice around the South and Antarctic is the reason that Antarctica has the largest amount of sea ice on Earth.
This also means that in the spring, when snow falls there is less sea ice around Antarctica.
In 2018, a team of scientists, led by James Hansen, a NASA scientist, measured the thickness of the sea-ice shelves.
They found that the ice around South Pole had the thickness