Non-Existent Arctic Air Blasts The South

The Arctic is all warm and melty and full of the smell of rotting Polar Bears, but somehow it managed to produce enough cold air to freeze the Deep South.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory?id=12580453

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6 Responses to Non-Existent Arctic Air Blasts The South

  1. suyts says:

    lol, yeh, well, I’m working on a theory……….weather, because it contains both hot and cold, can be divided as such. So, when Canada and Greenland suck all of the hot out of the weather, that leaves only the cold to wander around and terrorize the world’s inhabitants. This is closely related to the newly discovered phenomenon of warm/cold.

    My daughter’s flight back to Atlanta was canceled but I’m not sure if it was because the weather there or in Wichita, which received a blanket of white global warming yesterday and today.

    • Latitude says:

      the cold rises up real high…
      ….and skips over Canada

      It’s going to get real crazy when they realize all that warm air is not being replaced in the tropics

  2. Lance says:

    I just have to stop driving my SUV, it diverts all this cold air from Alberta down to Georgia…

  3. C Monster says:

    “The Arctic is all warm and melty and full of the smell of rotting Polar Bears, but somehow it managed to produce enough cold air to freeze the Deep South.”

    That would be true if the Deep South weren’t part of Europe. 😆

  4. Snow ranging from several inches to more than a foot blanketed states from Louisiana to the Carolinas — a region where many cities have only a handful of snow plows, if any.

    This wasn’t predicted in Al Gore’s movie.

  5. Andy Weiss says:

    Maybe predicted by “The Day After Tomorrow”?

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