Bitter Cold Puts U.S. Wheat Crops In Danger

From the article:

“The cold put wheat crops in danger in parts of Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Kansas,” says the Associated Press.


Bitter cold puts U.S. wheat crops in danger (Ice Age Now, Jan 6, 2015):

Brings record low temperatures to Hawaii

Snow followed by a wave of frigid air is moving eastward, threatening to bring wind chills into the single digits even in the Deep South.

The cold is expected to extend deep into Georgia by early Thursday. In metro Atlanta, wind chills below 5 F (-15 C) are expected. Even in Cordele in south Georgia, the wind chill could hit 8 degrees (-13 C).

In north Alabama, gusty winds could make temperatures in the single digits feel like it’s below zero (below -17.7 C).

In New York City, where temperatures are expected to drop to 9 degrees Wednesday night, the a wind chill will reach minus 15 (-26C ). New Jerseyites can wexpect wind chills as low as 20 below (-29 C).

In New Hampshire, wind chills are forecast to dip below minus 30 (-34 C).

“The cold put wheat crops in danger in parts of Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Kansas,” says the Associated Press.

Record cold in Hawaii – Coldest January 5th in more than 120 years

The mercury fell to 57 F Monday morning at Honolulu Airport, breaking the previous record of 58 for that date set in 1893. Hilo’s low temperature of 59 on Sunday broke the record of 60 set for that date in 1999. And a low of 57 degrees at the Lihue Airport on Kauai on Monday tied a record set in 1993.

Sure as hell ain’t global warming.

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