Readers will know that I consider this series of snowstorms to be weather warfare on the part of the cabal. I cannot prove that allegation but have asked Suzy Ward to ask Matthew about it for his next message. My theory is it’s designed to distract Americans from events in Egypt.
Southwest Chill Continues to Challenge Records
Temperatures overnight into Thursday will continue to challenge records in some places.
Dallas will plunge to 11 degrees overnight, which will break the record of 16 degrees set in 1981.
The low overnight in Santa Fe will be in the lower single digits, very near the record of zero degrees set in 1933.
Santa Fe has already broken three temperature records this month. Two were record lows on Feb. 3 and 4, where the temperatures were minus 14 and minus 18, respectively.
Interestingly, the city also recorded a record high of 63 degrees on Feb. 6. However, record highs following record lows are not uncommon, especially in the Southwest.
“Usually the same big high pressure systems that bring record cold also deliver record lows as they depart,” AccuWeather.com Expert Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said.
El Paso, Texas, broke the record low four days in a row, from Feb. 2 to Feb. 5.
Tucson, Ariz., also set record lows on Feb. 3 and 4, both days registering 18 degrees. Albuquerque set a record Feb. 3 with minus 7 degrees.
This arctic chill will moderate, and temperatures will return to more seasonal levels by the weekend.
The dip in the jet stream responsible for the blast of cold air into much of the country will flatten and retreat northward starting next week, giving many places a thaw and warm-up.
Sosnowski said, “In the meantime, though not as severe so far south as last week’s bitter blast, the magnitude and extent of the cold across the Plains and Rockies is very impressive.”
“Just about every reporting station from the northern Plains to the central and northern Rockies had below zero low temperatures Wednesday morning,” Sosnowski added.