by Tyler Durden
Monday, Oct 30, 2023 – 08:00 PM
As highlighted in last week’s article (view here), temperatures across the Lower 48 are diving as a cold blast pours in from Canada. These bone-chilling temperatures come just in time for Halloween. About 250 million Americans are feeling below-average temperatures, while 60 million will be under frost or freeze alerts.
According to private weather forecaster BAMWX, the cold air invasion has already begun:
A lot of record cold lows on the table to start out November. 20s all the way down to Central Texas with temperatures 15 – 20F below normal.
Fox Weather said the cold blast will affect more than "250 million Americans from coast to coast," while 60 million Americans, from Big Bend of Texas to the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley, will be under cold weather alerts.
Also, remember, NOAA had to run far away from lying corporate media about the "hottest day ever." At the same time, 1,600 scientists around the world signed a declaration declaring there was no climate emergency.
We penned several notes that an El Nino winter could leave some parts of the Lower 48 with a cold and snowy winter:
- The ‘Brrr’ Is Coming Back
- What Does Strong El Niño Mean For Winter Activity Across US?
- US Meteorologist Warns: "Winter This Year Going To Be Very Different" As El Nino Ramps Up
New snow forecasts for the Mid-Alantic show a snowy winter from DC to NYC.
But-but-but corporate media said the Earth is boiling…
Time to buy a snowmobile?