Could affect nearly 200 million people
Using words such as “life-threatening,” “dangerous,” “brutal,” and “unprecedented,” the National Weather Service is forecasting extreme cold for the U.S. next week.
The upper Midwest and Great Lakes will plunge into life-threatening conditions, the weather service said Friday. The cold will be most intense from Tuesday through Thursday.
Although the north-central region will experience the worst of the cold, practically the entire eastern two-thirds of the nation, all the way down to central Florida, will see freezing temperatures.
Nearly 200 million people live in the area affected.
Thanks to Bill Sellers for this link
“Weather services hiding GIGANTIC freeze ahead?” asks Bill. “This guy goes out to end of month and into February. The temps he claims they’re hiding are absolutely startling.”
For me (Robert), this video takes far too long to get to the point, so I gave up watching it. Maybe you’ll have more patience./div>
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January 27, 2019 at 01:43PM