Global warming is making Chicago extremely cold, and putting people at risk for heat exhaustion.
Climate change has brought Chicago unpredictable and increasingly extreme weather.
a wet, cool July. Extreme hot temperatures put our guests and employees at risk for heat exhaustion. Unexpectedly cold temperatures, like snow in April and 60 degrees in July, leave out-of-town guests unprepared to spend much time outdoors exploring Chicago.
Moreover, an unusually long winter like the one endured in 2014 showed that more severe storms and weather in the winter also hurt business bottom lines. The long, extreme cold further into the spring causes a drop in sales for group tour business and private events in the early part of the season as people are not yet ready to commit to outdoors activities. A colder Lake Michigan has resulted in fog blocking visibility for sightseeing.
Meanwhile, Heidi Central says that the global warming cold weather in Chicago is going to make the climate of Chicago “move south” 12 degrees F
Almost everyone at my fraternity house at ASU 40 years ago was from Chicago. They went to Arizona to get away from the crappy weather in Chicago. The climate isn’t moving south, rather the people are moving south to get away from the cold.
Alarmists must be on some pretty strong drugs, because they are completely irrational and clueless.