Tuesday, February 1, 2011

No, this does not resolve the global warming debate

A multi-day, multi-region potentially historic and destructive winter storm will unleash its fury through Wednesday.

When everything is said and done, the storm may very well impact a third of the population of the United States; approximately 100 million people.

Its reach will be felt from the Southern Plains to the Ohio Valley to the coast of New England.

Accompanied with the winter storm will be a severe thunderstorm threat across the South capable of producing damaging winds, hail and a few tornadoes.

Our Midwest storm coverage will be categorized into the four factors: heavy snow, destructive ice, tornadoes and bitter cold. To find out more on the various factors, click on each of the images above.

This just means that it gets cold in winter.

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