In the Midwest and Northeast, things aren’t likely to warm up until this weekend; elsewhere, warmer temperatures should be on their way by Thursday.
The National Weather Service has issued a lake effect snow warning for Genesee, Erie, and Wyoming counties until 1 p.m. ET on Wednesday. Snowfall rates could hit 5 inches per hour, bringing a potential total of 6 feet of snow, the service reports.
NASA now admits that winters are going to get COLDER - MUCH COLDER ~ link
Record Breaking cold blankets America - Coldest November morning since 1976 ~ link ~
An astounding 226-million Americans will experience at or below freezing temperatures (32°F) on Tuesday as well -- if you venture outdoors.
More than 85% of the surface area of the Lower-48 reached or fell below freezing Tuesday morning. All 50-states saw at or below freezing temperatures on Tuesday.
Casey asserts that there is mounting evidence that the Earth is getting cooler due to a decline in solar activity. He warns in his latest book, Dark Winter, that a major alteration of global climate has already started and that, at a minimum, it is likely to last 30 years.
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Over a year's snowfall in three days ~ link ~
“This will be a historic event… absolutely. It is a historic event,” said Dave Zaff of the National Weather Service in Buffalo. “A stunning amount of snow.”
A massive early season storm dumped record snowfall on the Buffalo city area overnight Tuesday, trapping people in their cars and homes and killing four people, US authorities said.
Over a hundred people trapped in Monster Winter Storm ~ link ~
Over 50% of the lower 48 states in USA are covered in snow ~ link ~ This is very abnormal in mid-November! Stirling
“A strong cold front is pushing through the contiguous U.S. early this week, bringing a blast of snow for many, and an Arctic chill for most. Over 50 percent of the Lower 48 is covered in snow on Monday morning,” says the Washington Post.