Posts Tagged ‘Polar Vortex’

Winter Blues 2015.

Ok, I am sick of this weather. If I hear the words polar vortex again, but that was last year.  But the below zero wind chills has got me crazed.  I know I have exhibited Seasonal affective disorder but the indoor bulbs I need to help aren’t located in the salons within driving distance.  I managed a tanning salon for five years.  I know with expertise the positive effects of indoor tanning.

But I just want a R/T ticket to the Keys for the weekend. I want the warmth of the sun on my body desperately.

Really, I want to able to wear my flip flops. ❤








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Polar Vortex to Chill 200 Million People With Arctic Air.

Great, I just despise the cold weather. I am a hot weather bunny.  The ducks last winter learned to walk on ice at my local lake.  I cannot take another winter like last year. OMG!


Arctic air associated with the polar vortex will lunge into the North Central United States early next week and will expand southward and eastward to affect about 200 million people as the week progresses.

The polar vortex is a large pocket of very cold air, typically the coldest air in the Northern Hemisphere, which sits over the polar region. Occasionally, this pocket of very cold air can get dislodged farther south than normal, leading to cold outbreaks in Canada and the U.S.

The coldest weather of the season so far will extend from the Dakotas to Texas and the Interstate-95 corridor by the end of the week. The outbreak of arctic air will be long-lasting and may linger well past the middle of the month.

Farmers’ Almanac predicts another nasty winter


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Daylight Saving Time, Spring Forward One Hour, March 9, 2014.

I will be elated when I can plant my flowers.  Also. when there is no more snow visible on my grass.  Pack up my boots, gloves scarves, anything that was necessary to combat the worse winter I have ever experienced.

I learned a new term, Polar Vortex. One which I hope never decides to move south and bring its fridge temperatures during many winter months again. It was very difficult to combat.  You never knew what temperatures were waiting outside.

Now, we will have more light at the end of the day but darkness in the mid morning hours.

Daylight Saving Time Can Be A Danger To Your Health

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Temperatures Broke Record Low, 4 Degrees F, South Jersey

Polar Vortex


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