‘Polar Vortex’ In Place To Slam Michigan With Sub – Zero Temps Through Wednesday [Videos]
It's a term that I have never heard of until today..."Polar Vortex."
What is it and what can we do to prepare?
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It's set to be colder in many parts of the mid-west than it is on the surface of the planet Mars, and here's why. It's called a "Polar Vortex", and it's a very rare, climatic phenomenon in today's weather patterns. They usually only exist at the North or South poles and very rarely do they affect North America.
Almost half of the population of the United States will see temperatures plunge to record breaking and dangerous lows for the next few days. Our area is under a Wind Chill Warning beginning at 12 noon today and continuing through 7am Wednesday.
To learn more about a "Polar Vortex"...click here.
You can also get a very good explanation of a "Polar Vortex" here and watch how it will effect our weather patterns for the next few days in the video below.
Experts warn that time spent outdoors should be kept to a minimum. Frost bite at these temperatures can happen in a matter of minutes and hypothermia can also set in quickly. Please use common sense and follow these good tips.