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tammybarney

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The big freeze! Arctic blast is set to bring record-breaking low temperatures to two thirds of the US this week with snow expected in the Midwest and East Coast

Arctic blast extends to break hundreds of records across two thirds of the US with snow in

Hundreds of weather records are set to be shattered over a large area east of the Continental Divide this week, as the early season Arctic blast widens to affect two thirds of the country. The National Weather Service predicted on Saturday that 148 daily record lows (pictured left) are 'forecast to be broken, tied, or come within 1 degree' of making history between Tuesday and Thursday. Over 80 sites were forecast to either break or tie the records for the lowest maximum temperature in places such as New York (top right) and Chicago (bottom right) too. In Chicago up to six inches could fall today. A weather advisory from the National Weather Service is in effect from midnight to 2pm Monday. A winter storm warning for western New York is in effect from 11am Monday through 9am Tuesday with Buffalo predicted to see between six and 10 inches of the white stuff.


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Eastern US is set to be hit with the coldest weather of the season with temperatures plunging to nearly 20 degrees below average as the Northeast braces for 4 inches of snow 

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Temperatures are expected to dip nearly 20 degrees below average this week as a cold front approaches the eastern and northeastern parts of the US.

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hat a difference a day makes! Denver sees its heaviest snowfall in October for 147 YEARS as temperatures plummet to 21 degrees and 6.7 inches of the white stuff blankets Colorado just 24 hours after the state bathed in 77-degree sunshine

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Denver, Colorado received the year's first snowfall in a sudden, two-day temperature shift from a sunny 77 degrees on Wednesday to a chilling 21 degrees throughout Thursday

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Prepare for the Polar Coaster! The northeast is set to be blasted with ice and snow in the New Year as forecasters predict NYC and Boston will feel the 'full force' of an exceptionally bitter winter in January

Northeast to be blasted with ice and snow in 2020, with 'full force' of winter to come in

Accuweather forecasters predicted chilling temperatures will arrive by December in the Northeast, with above-average snowfall from New York (pictured above on the left during a 2018 storm) to Boston (pictured above on the top right in a 2018 snow storm) in the start of the new year. The Southeast, including in Washington DC and Baltimore, will get more of a mix of rain and snow. Meanwhile, there's no threat coming from the polar vortex. However if it does return, mixed with Arctic air, north and central Plain states could be impacted. The predictions came as part of AccuWeather's annual winter forecast (a weather map from which is pictured on the bottom right).


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2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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