Global warming is getting so bad that it’s sending freezing cold weather across the entire U.S., according to AccuWeather.
Despite record high and rising global carbon emissions – that supposedly cause higher temperatures across the globe – global warming has, at best, taken a break over the better part of the last two decades. Here’s AccuWeather:
Piercing cold will send temperatures tumbling to dangerous levels for some across the central and eastern United States next week.
The impending cold shot threatens to be the most far-reaching and bone-chilling blast so far this season.
“After the first true cold shot of the year this past week, much of the northern Plains can expect a more formidable shot of arctic air again this upcoming week,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Max Vido said.
“Temperatures from the northern and central Plains to much of the Midwest are likely to be 5 to 20 degrees Fahrenheit lower, on average, when compared to levels this past week,” AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said.
The core of the cold will grip the North Central states on Tuesday, before reaching the Northeast, including the Interstate-95 corridor, on Thursday.
Fargo, North Dakota; Minneapolis; Chicago; and Madison, Wisconsin, are a handful of the cities that will bear the brunt of the frigid conditions.
High temperatures will be in the single digits to slightly below zero for multiple days from the Dakotas through Minnesota and Wisconsin. Highs during this past week’s cold outbreak were in the teens and lower 20s in these same areas.
Highs in Chicago may not reach 10 degrees Fahrenheit by Thursday.
“Temperatures this low are 20 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit below average,” Vido said.
When temperatures are hot, alarmists blame global warming, or, climate change. When temps are low, it’s the polar ice caps melting and the wind blowing cold air everywhere.