Are You Ready For Another Massive Polar Plunge?

Is this what Warmists mean when they yammer on about the dangers of “climate change”

(Accuweather) The next blast of brutal cold will grip most of the eastern two-thirds of the United States early this week and could yield the lowest temperatures so far this winter in many communities.

While harsh cold is returning to the Midwest and Northeast this weekend, it will pale in comparison to what will follow for Monday through Wednesday.

The impending polar plunge will rival the frigid days from earlier this January for the coldest daytime highs and nighttime lows so far this winter. This does not include South Florida.

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The arctic air first plunged into the Upper Midwest, northern Plains and northern Rockies on Sunday and is expected to continue pressing to the south and east through Tuesday.

There is a big concern about frozen pipes, outdoor pets and livestock, and frostbite. And there will be plenty of snow in places

While Detroit already set a January snow record, the clipper may cause other Midwestern cities to follow suit. Once the cold takes up residence, the lake-effect snow machine will be cranked up across the Great Lakes.

Wasn’t snow supposed to be a thing of the past? Chicago has seen its snowiest January on record, and more snow than normal for winter. Indianapolis is looking at the same boat, as are many, many Midwest towns and states.

Here in Raleigh, it is supposed to be 29 on Tuesday. If so, it will only be the 4th time since 1950 where January had 4 days of sub 30F highs. Of course, the Warmists will trot out the talking points about greenhouse gases “causing more extremes. Hotter in the summer and colder in the winter”. Which only makes sense once we realize this has nothing to do with science and everything to do with politics. Oh, and that Warmists are non-thinking anti-science fools who’ll buy any-old snake oil.

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