January 17, 2009
Filed under Canada, Chicago, Indiana, Michigan, Montreal, Toronto
Tags: bone-chilling, bone-chilling temperatures, Canada, Chicago, chilly, Cleveland, climate, climate change, cold, freeze, frozen, global cooling, Global Freeze, global warming, Illinois, Indiana, michigan, Montreal, Ohio, record cold, severe cold, temperature, Toronto, USA, weather, winter
Jan 16, 2009
WASHINGTON — A record cold snap gripped the American Midwest Friday as temperatures plummeted to lows of minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 34 degrees Celsius) and officials scrambled to protect the homeless and vulnerable.
January 15, 2009
The cold weather isn’t just affecting you – it’s playing havoc with just about everything.
Car batteries won’t start in the big chill, leaving thousands of CAA members calling for a boost waiting up to an hour or more in the deep freeze.