You May Not Like These Predictions About The Positively Frigid Winter In Illinois
According to U.S. Climate Data, Illinois suffers its coldest month in January, with an average low temperature of just 18 degrees Fahrenheit. The average high is only 32 degree in that month.
Lake Michigan will likely be full of ice chunks all winter…
Lower than normal temperatures mean that all the ice coating everything in sight won’t be melting very quickly.
We won’t have the full report until August 30th, but the Old Farmer’s Almanac offered some hints about what we’re in for in 2017. You’re probably not going to like it.
We can only hope that we won’t see another polar vortex this year.
Illinois is supposed to have more snow than usual. This will make the snow plow operators happy, but they’re probably the only ones.
...and Illinois residents will need to take extra precautions on the icy, snow-covered streets.
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