There’s been talk lately of a massive, powerful winter storm making its way through the Midwest. Here’s some information about its path, links to some helpful articles, and how our president uses it to make fun of climate change.
There’s a winter storm traveling through the midwest and northeast this weekend. meteorological sources cite snowfall ranging from 10 to 20 inches and high wind speeds. Some of the more southern areas are even seeing tornadoes forming.
Along with all that, it’s bringing a heavy burst of cold with it. Some areas are charting as much as 40-degree drops in temperature.
It’s commonly suggested that folks avoid driving as the brunt of the danger arrives. But as we all know, people often have obligations that require travel. If you HAVE to drive, check out our tips for driving in winter snow.
Something you should have already done by now is built a small collection of items specifically for when driving in the winter. The cold season brings new risks and dangers, so we should be prepared accordingly. Check out what we recommend you keep in your car during the winter.
Of course, what would our government be if our president didn’t make a politically charged remark out of something entirely non-political? President Trump tweeted about the winter storm, asking citizens to be careful. While kind at first, he concludes the tweet saying how it “Wouldn’t be bad to have a little of that good old fashioned Global Warming right now!”