- Cities all over the United States are experiencing record low temperatures.
- For instance, thousands of flights have been canceled and schools are closing as well.
- In addition, over 70% of the United States will experience freezing temperatures this week.
The United States has already experienced some very cold weather this November. About 70% of the United States will experience freezing temperatures this week. Many cities have winter warnings, advisories, or watches. They are calling it an arctic blast. Temperatures continue to drop as the freezing weather blows in.
By tonight, record-breaking low temperatures may happen in many places across the country. Weather analysts predict over 300 records could be broken! Typically, temperatures are not this cold yet. It feels more like January than November. For instance, many cities in Wisconsin are colder than Alaska right now.
The United States is experiencing an arctic blast
3 PM CST Temperatures:
— NWS Green Bay (@NWSGreenBay) November 11, 2019
Check out these temperatures in comparison: Rhinelander, Wisconsin: 13°, Green Bay, Wisconsin: 22°, Barrow, Alaska: 25°, Anchorage, Alaska: 30°… can you believe that? For instance, Alaska is generally the coldest state there is!
Other cities, like New York and Philadelphia, are experiencing rain that will turn into snow, according to CNN. In addition, the cold weather is also moving south to Georgia and even Florida. These states are not used to cold weather. Some parts of Florida are even getting frost and freeze warnings.
The cold weather and snow have already canceled many flights around the country as well. For instance, over 1200 flights were canceled yesterday at Chicago’s O’Hare airport. In addition, there are also many school closings, especially across the northeast.
Stay safe and warm out there! It is really bad in some parts. In conclusion, check out this weather forecast below and find out what type of weather is coming near you: