Filed under: Domestic Policy, Energy, Environment, Global Warming, Science/Technology, The United States | Tags: NASA, NASA's Terra Satellite, Watts Up With That
NASA took a picture of the Eastern United States from their Terra satellite. (click to enlarge) If you look closely, you can see the lines of the states superimposed over the picture. Makes you cold just to look at it. Yes, that is the Great Lakes, faintly seen and all frozen over. Arctic and Siberian air masses have settled in over the Eastern U.S. bringing record low temperatures in many states.
Temperatures from Maine to Florida were up to 40° lower than normal. Twenty-six Americans have died from weather-related issues, 18 in Tennessee alone. Nine died from hypothermia, others from traffic accidents on icy roads. One died of kidney failure when he could not get to a dialysis appointment, and a married couple died in a house fire. Cold weather kills. Be grateful for Fracking and the declining price of oil.
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