The polar vortex part two is headed our way again – please warn Al Gore. In the peak of the summer, temps will be dropping 10-30 degrees below the average. See below via The Daily Mail…
A nasty polar vortex that wreaked havoc on the east coast in January is making a shock return next week – though don’t pull out your puffer coat just yet.
Unseasonably chilly air is headed for parts of the northern and northeastern U.S. where residents have been sweltering in 90 degree weather this week – as one would expect in July.
Thankfully, families won’t be plunged into the despair they endured during January’s brutally cold weather pattern.
But the looming conditions bear some resemblance, so much so that meteorologists are dubbing this the polar vortex sequel.
Because we’re in July – the peak of summer – rather than bitter mid-winter, temperatures are expected to drop 10-30 degrees below average, so the polar vortex’s ‘lite’ won’t have quite the same effect.
Read more: Daily Mail