Records for the “polar vortex” outbreak show a big disparity between warm and cold records. There were 655 cold records in the past week compared to 101 warm records, a ratio of 6.5 to 1. Cold temperature records have been set from the Canadian border down to the Gulf coast of Louisiana.
See the map:
Here is the breakdown:
|Record Events Summary for The Past Week|
|Low Max Temp:||309|
|High Min Temp:||18|
Low Max: 309 + Low Temp: 346 = 655
High Min 18 + High Temp 83 =101
While this isn’t anything except proof of a cold weather event, remember this come summertime when warmists tout a similar, but opposite disparity of records during a heat wave as “proof” of something else.
(Note: This post was updated to correct a swap of warm/cold terms in the first paragraph, and the math for the ratio was added about 1 hour after this post was originally published. -Anthony)