Yes, all three of those words – ‘cold snap’ and ‘historic’ – appeared in the same headline in the Washington Post.
A month’s worth of snow in many cities in just one day.
All over French TV News today. Road and rail traffic is blocked or severely disrupted in several departments.
More than 232 million people shivered in temperatures of areas 32 degrees (freezing) or lower yesterday morning.
The Late Antique Little Ice Age (LALIA) experienced 3 massive T6/T7 eruptions. Each named Grand Solar Minimum since has been marked with similar violent eruptive periods. Dalton, the last GSM, was marked by Tambora.
– J.H. Walker
Breaking records set more than 100 years ago – More than 100 in Alabama alone.
Some records go back to 1873
Record-low temperatures from Texas to Maine. Louisiana, Mississippi, Virginia, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan set records not only for the day, but for the entire month of November, according to forecasters.
Feels “like the middle of winter.”
The early season record breaking arctic outbreak remains over the East Coast for the remainder of today into tonight, warns the National Weather Service.