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Warning to the USA before the New Year! NOAA Announced!

Warning to the USA before the New Year! It’s Gonna Be Very Cold! NOAA Announced!

National and local weather reporting agencies prepared for the Christmas holidays in the US have warned of severe cold and snowy weather conditions. Experts stated that cold weather conditions that have not been experienced in the last 40 years are approaching.

In the USA, the National Weather Service (NOAA) has warned those planning to travel for the Christmas holidays, stating that cold weather conditions are approaching in some parts of the country, which has not been experienced in the last 40 years. NOAA noted that a major blizzard and cold wave, rare enough to occur “once in every generation”, will affect almost all states in the United States.



The weather service cautioned that “heavy snowfall can make travel very difficult or impossible and life-threatening” during the busiest travel plans of the year.


Due to the approaching bad weather conditions, companies such as United, American and Delta Airlines also announced that they canceled their flights to dozens of destinations across the country. It was also shared that the storm, which will occur with the effect of cold weather, will be equivalent to the pressure of a Category 3 hurricane in the Great Lakes region of the country on the Canadian border.



According to NOAA ‘s data, cold weather conditions are predicted to extend to the Texas-Mexico border. Midwestern parts of the country will be affected the most by the storm and snowfall that will continue throughout the Christmas week.


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