January frosts in November: weather forecasters told which states to prepare for record cold weather
A large portion of the United States is gearing up for the start of the cold winter season, which could break records from New Mexico to New Jersey and bring more snow to parts of Michigan. Already on Monday it was so cold and slippery that at the Chicago O'Hare airport the plane left the runway.
“At present, 148 weather records are forecasted - it is about reaching a temperature of 1 degrees (almost -18 Celsius) or falling below this mark between Tuesday and Thursday this week,” the National Weather Forecast Center wrote on Sunday, quoted USA Today.
Record lows are expected in the South and Midwest on Tuesday, November 12, in some areas of Texas temperatures can drop to 16 degrees (-9 C). It is predicted that in some cities in Texas and Louisiana, temperatures will reach a minimum of 40 degrees (4 C), which will break long-term records.
AccuWeather senior meteorologist Dan Pidinowski said that despite the middle of November on the calendar, temperatures will more likely resemble mid-January, spreading over most of the country, starting Monday, November 11, in the Upper Midwest and slowly gliding south and east.
“Monday will be the worst in the Upper Midwest, Wisconsin-Dakota,” Pidinowski said. “Maximums up to 20 degrees (-7 C), minimums up to single digits.”
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According to Weather Channel, high temperatures on Monday may stop at 20 degrees (-7 C) in the Midwest and around the Great Lakes. This may be the coldest Veterans Day ever recorded in Chicago and Minneapolis.
On Monday morning in Chicago, 2 to 5 inches of snow fell. The driving conditions reported by the locals were described as “treacherous,” notes Fox News.
- Joanie Lum FOX 32 (@JoanieLum) November 11
Airlines at Chicago's O'Hara and Midway airports canceled hundreds of flights due to snowfall in the region, creating difficult travel conditions. According to officials, near 8: 00, immediately after landing at O'Hare International Airport, the plane slid off the runway.
A video of one of the passengers shows how the plane turns left, and then leaves the runway and falls into the snow.
BREAKING: @AmericanAir Flight AA4125 from @flyfrompti to @fly2ohare slides off runway in Chicago this morning. Passengers tell me everyone is OK, deplaned and on buses to terminal. Video: Joseph Lian from Greensboro. @ABC11_WTVD @ABC #ABC11 pic.twitter.com/rBwyqfVtiU
- Andrea Blanford (@AndreaABC11) November 11
An American Airlines spokesman told Fox News that Envoy Air’s American Eagle 4125 flight slid off the runway after landing at O'Hara — it flew from Greensboro, North Carolina. According to a company representative, everything happened "because of ice conditions."
“No injuries were reported,” the spokesman said. “All 38 passengers and 3 crew members were removed from the aircraft and are now safely back at the terminal.”
An airport spokesman told Fox News that the incident had a “moderate impact” on all operations taking place at the airport.
According to forecasts by the Weather Service in Markett, Michigan, in some parts of Michigan on Monday it can fall up to 1 feet (more than 30 cm) of snow.
“Please note that a few more inches are expected during the day and in the evening on Monday, as well as on Tuesday,” the weather service said.
- NWS WPC (@NWSWPC) November 10
AccuWeather warns that by Tuesday a record cold is possible in the northeast, in the Ohio Valley and in the south. People living from the Texas Panhandle area to Tulsa, Oklahoma should spend extra time on Monday on travel due to possible icing on the road.
On Tuesday in Dallas, 44 degrees (6 C) are forecasted to be 24 degrees below the average for this date. By Tuesday evening, the temperature will drop to 22 degrees (-5 C).
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In Brownsville, Texas, there will be a maximum of 46 degrees (8 C) on Tuesday.
By Wednesday, the coldest time temperatures drift east. From Boston to Washington, DC, residents will face record lows for this season and date.
The latest information from the National Weather Service:
Coming is not just cold. A winter storm will pass through the southern plains earlier this week, threatening icy rain and extremely cold air.
“Temperatures will drop rapidly from late in the evening, on Monday, the region may experience little snow,” wrote the Kansas City Weather Service on Sunday. “Besides, it will just be very cold.”
The cold will move deep south. In Alabama, maximums can only reach 30 degrees.
“From Monday to Tuesday, temperatures can fluctuate between 25-30 degrees (from -4 to -1 C),” writes the Birmingham Weather Service. “On Tuesday, the decline will continue with evening lows to 20 degrees (-7 C) and some areas where there will be only 10 (-12 C).”
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