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Cities across the US Midwest on Monday are grinding to a halt as a deadly “polar vortex” descends, promising to deliver heavy snowfall and potentially record-breaking cold temperatures.
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When I lived in Chicago, we used to think that when the temp went over zero--it was a nice warm day. I found out about LL Bean and cashmere, alpaca. It is all about what you wear. And why didn't they put down the kitty litter at the airport?
Can I suggest that now is the time to come together as a group and start working on ways to minimize the effects on this weather and weather or events like it in the future?
The greatest weapon you have just now is shared information. There are those amongst you that know of ways to create simple but effective insulation and how to utilize other survival techniques and there are many amongst you that know about the internet and websites.
Y ou have become dependent on others to make plans and to provide for you, now is the time to relearn how to think for yourselves!
I can confirm. It is absolutely bone chilling here in Chicago. Anyone here who says they are used to it who was born and raised here is lying. This is intense weather.
. Da bears! But I can confirm, bloody cold in the Chicagoland area, speaking for the northern burbs.
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