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Sunday, January 5, 2014

'Polar vortex' set to bring dangerous, record-breaking cold to much of US

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America Surrounded with The Judgment of Allah (Honorable Elijah Muhammad)
The forces of nature are great weapons as we see them in play upon America. Storms after storms of snow and ice are rolling in from the North and are pushing great drifts that are just covering up everything. What can you do with a God like that?
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As much of the country digs out from a powerful winter storm that buried parts of the Northeast, tundra-like temperatures are poised to deliver a rare and potentially dangerous blow to the Midwest, with forecasters predicting a near-record or historic cold outbreak.

The "polar vortex," as one meteorologist calls it, is expected to send cold air piled up at the North Pole down to the U.S., funneling it as far south as the Gulf Coast and driving temperatures below freezing for most of the nation. | Fox News


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It hasn't been this cold for decades -
20 years in Washington, D.C., 18 years in Milwaukee, 15 in Missouri - even in
the Midwest, where bundling up is second nature. Weather Bell meteorologist
Ryan Maue said, "If you're under 40 (years old), you've not seen this
stuff before."
One reason? A "polar vortex," as one meteorologist calls it, which will send cold air piled up at the North Pole down to the U.S., funneling it as far south as the Gulf Coast.
The cold front, which is predicted to bring temperatures between 20 and 40 degrees lower than average in states that already experience harsh January weather, is coming down from the polar regions above northern Canada. The pocket of cold air, called a "polar vortex," was blocked up north by a high-pressure area that meteorologists refer to as a "ridge," according to Mark Ressler, senior meteorologist at The Weather Channel.
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