Truth Frequency Radio
Feb 20, 2015

endtimeheadlines.org_2015-02-20_14-43-36Latest Surge of Arctic Air to Freeze Eastern Half of US

Some southern cities forecast to dip into the teens or lower include Birmingham, Alabama; Charlotte, North Carolina; Columbia, South Carolina; Nashville and Atlanta.

Floridians will even experience a taste of the arctic chill with temperatures dipping down to the lower 30s in cities such as Orlando, Melbourne and Daytona Beach.

The worst of the cold is expected to focus over the East into Friday.

At Cape Girardeau, Missouri, the temperature dropped to minus 19 F Thursday morning and set a record low for any date of the year. The old record was minus 18 F set during January 1977.

In the mid-Atlantic, some daily record lows set during the late-1800s will be challenged.

‘Life-threatening’ Freeze Hits South…

The nation is still in the midst a winter grip that seems to be getting tighter instead of looser with many parts of the country experiencing life-threatening cold.

Wind chill advisories were issued Wednesday from Chicago and Detroit and extending as far east as Baltimore. In some areas, the brutally cold winds will bring temperatures of minus 9 with wind chills as low as minus 25 degrees.

Record Lows Challenged in FL…

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The boots are out, the sweaters are on—South Florida is experiencing some of the chilliest weather of the season.

Low temperatures Thursday morning bottomed out near 40 in West Kendall but remained in the upper 40s to near 50 elsewhere as winds picked up in the early morning.

A gusty northwest wind will blow Thursday under bright sunshine as temperature readings climb into the upper 50s.


Partly Sunny, Gusty & Bitter (Flurries)
Highs: 14º-20º
Wind Chill: AM: -15° to -5° | PM: Around 0°
Mainly Clear, Breezy & Bitter
Lows: -2º to 7º
Wind Chill: -20º to -15º
Mostly Sunny, Bone Chilling
Highs: 14º-20º
Wind Chill: Single Digits

Another arctic blast arrived last night and this morning gusty breezes will make it feel like it’s well below zero. This afternoon features partly sunny skies with a few flurries with feel like temperatures in the single digits all day. Speaking of single digits, tonight that is likely for downtown D.C. with some of our suburbs slipping below zero making it the coldest air we’ve seen in over 20 years. Factor in the breeze and it will be brutal.


Friday morning promises an icy chill as Arctic air surges into the eastern United States. The cold snap is taking aim at long-standing records from Boston to Miami.

It could prove to be the coldest morning of the season for many parts of the eastern U.S. as the plume of Arctic air digs in. All-time February record lows are possible from Ohio to Virginia as temperatures plummet to as much as 40 degrees below average for this time of year.

Cleveland, Cincinnati, Charleston, W.Va., and Roanoke, Va., are all positioned to break all-time records for the month of February just before the sun crests the horizon on Friday. Record low temperatures for the date appear likely across dozens of major Eastern Seaboard cities, including Boston, New York, Washington and Miami.