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The Weather Channel threw shade at President Trump on Friday for conflating a spate of cold weather in the eastern U.S. with the broader effects of climate change in his tweet about “that good old global warming.”
On its own Twitter page, the channel said there is a difference between weather and climate, and that “short-term cold snaps will continue to occur in a warming climate.”
“2017 will likely be a top three warmest year on record for the globe,” its tweet said.
The Weather Channel also linked to its story about Mr. Trump’s recent tweet, which said this New Year’s Eve could be the coldest on record.:snip:

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Another Arctic blast poised to usher in 2018


NEW BITTER BLAST: COLDEST NEW YEAR'S DAY IN CHICAGO HISTORY? 


Cold air rivaling that of the past 100 years for late December and early January will make it painful to be outdoors and may lead to damage in the central and northeastern Unites States.
AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperatures are projected to be below zero over much of the Northeast and well below zero in much of the Midwest.
In the coming days, RealFeel temperatures 5 to 20 degrees below zero will be common. in the northern tier, RealFeel temperatures may dip as low as 30 to 40 degrees below zero.:snip:

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Deep Freeze Ends a Dreadful 2017 for Climate Activists

By Julie Kelly| December 30, 2017

It’s been a bad year for global warming propagandists, but fear not: Here comes a polar vortex to make it worse for them.

The unrelenting Arctic blast arrived on Christmas Eve and it remains the holiday houseguest from Hell that won’t leave: Record-breaking cold and snowfall are tormenting the eastern half of the country, and it’s only going to get worse. Weather models predict Americans will ring in the New Year while shivering under the lowest temperatures in 70 years, and the first day of 2018 could set record lows everywhere east of the Rockies.

Folks are being warned about the health risks associated with sub-zero temperatures, which could last beyond the first week of the year and stretch as far south as east Texas. It’s even too cold for the most intrepid thrill-seekers: Cities are canceling the Polar Bear Plunge on New Year’s Day due to inhumane air and water temperatures.   :snip: https://amgreatness.com/2017/12/30/deep-freeze-ends-a-dreadful-2017-for-climate-activists/

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