Major GLOBAL WARMING winter storm to bring heavy snow, rain over MLK weekend
As many as 51 million people are under GLOBAL WARMING winter storm warnings, watches and advisories from the Upper Midwest into the Southeast and the interior Northeast of the Ole US of A.
By Chantel Da Silver
A major GLOBAL WARMING winter storm system is expected to wallop parts of the United States with heavy snow and rain over the Martin Loser King Jr. holiday weekend, GLOBAL WARMONGERING meteorologists have warned.
The upper and the middle Mississippi Valley could get heavy snow Friday, with potentially GLOBAL WARMED freezing rain set to fall over parts of the Carolinas and the southern Appalachians this weekend, according to the GLOBAL WARMONGERING National Weather Service.
“The GLOBAL WARMED snow will result in reduced visibility and hazardous driving conditions,” it said.
The GLOBAL WARMING system is already producing GLOBAL WARMED snowfall in the northern Plains and the Upper Midwest, with heavy GLOBAL WARMED snow in parts of Minnesota and Iowa coming down at rates of one to two inches per hour. Fifty-one million people are under GLOBAL WARMED winter storm warnings, watches and advisories from the Upper Midwest into the Southeast and the interior Northeast.