A Brutal Arctic Outbreak is Heading Towards North America: Temperature is Dropping to Dangerous Levels

North America is going to witness one of the most brutal Arctic Outbreaks tomorrow and in the coming days. Temperature in many parts of Northern America has dropped to dangerous levels.

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A brutal Arctic Outbreak is going to hit North America affecting most of the eastern and central parts. By now, the temperature has dropped by about 30 to 40 degrees in many parts of North America in less than an hour.

In the parts of Wyoming and the Rockies, temperature has dropped a lot and cold wind is continuously hitting the region. The temperature has dropped so low that exposure to these cold winds will cause frost bites in 10 minutes or maybe less.

In the parts of Rockies, temperature this low is being recorded for the first time in 25 years. There is also a possible chance of a cyclone predicted in these regions as well.

Reports also says that this Arctic Outbreak can really affect the pressure in the atmosphere, however the difference in the surface pressure and sea-level pressure will help in driving away the cold winds.

The eastern regions will be hit by the cold winds, which will then move southward and hit areas of Florida and Texas as well. People are asked to stay alert and should reduce any kind of exposure to these cold winds.

 




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