Y’all are fucked….. again.

If you live in the American Midwest or East Coast, you may want to hold off on putting away your winter gear.

Just as temperatures are beginning to warm in much of the U.S, another arctic blast in the form of a polar vortex appears to be on the horizon.

The upcoming front of icy temperatures is expected to bring arctic air to southern Canada and then move into the northern plains of the U.S. before moving to the Midwest and East Coast – each of which is still recovering from last week’s frigid temperatures.

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27 Responses to Y’all are fucked….. again.

  1. Highlander says:

    Just a lotta hype! It gets cold, its winter! We used to call them cold fronts, but you know the weenies in the media…gotta create a crisis outa anything!

    Keeping the fires burnig hot here in the great North East Highlands!


  2. singlestack says:

    We’re not about to be hit with a polar vortex. We weren’t hit with one last week either.
    The polar vortex is the air mass that flows around the pole. We call the boundary between it and the temperate zone the jet stream. When the jet stream dips to the south we get a blast of arctic air.
    This whole “polar vortex” thing is made up warming cult bullshit.

  3. Joel says:

    Screw it, I’ll stay inside and make coyote calls. We got coywolves now and I’m gonna get me one during breeding season if I can.

  4. Just another ho-hum minnesota winter.

  5. Critter says:

    Eet eez weenter, yes?

  6. SemperFi, 0321 says:

    Just found out I can hunt wolves a few miles from my house, they are considered varmints east of the Yellowstone big game wolf boundary. Don’t have to buy a wolf tag!!!
    Snowing like crazy right now, may go hunt in a few days, good time to knock the dust from my M-14.

  7. James Butler says:

    Putting your winter gears away?!?!?
    Heck it’s only the middle of January… We got at least another four months before we can think it…
    It is just a nice long cold winter… That’s all… God does that sometimes….

  8. SemperFi, 0321 says:

    Pictures of dust? :-)

  9. Ahhh the shield of Winter.

  10. paulB says:

    After the last couple of days, I’m Ok with some more seasonable temperatures. Yesterday I changed my clothes 10 times in 8 hours to deal with the snow, rain, sun, warmth, wind, fog and mist. Every 15 minutes everything changed.

  11. Lofty says:

    Very balmy and warm here low in the Southern Hemisphere.
    Took the boat out today with a couple of the Grandchildren, we all got sunburnt, in spite of pints of sunblock.
    Ah well your turn is coming, and we will be into winter at a freezing 20 degrees C. I will have to put a long sleeved T shirt on.
    Take care our American cousins, wrap up warm, and look on the bright side.

  12. Outrider says:

    Back in the old days we used to call this winter.

  13. Deb says:

    “January Thaw”, it’s all the rage on the local weather broadcasts. 50 degrees here in Maine yesterday. Didn’t even need to turn the heat on in the house or wear a coat. Downright balmy, though always fleeting. Firing up the grill today for burgers before the next deep freeze hits. I’ll be sure to wear a t-shirt, jeans and a shit-eating grin a la Wirecutter.

  14. nic says:

    Fuck it. Bring it on.

  15. rightwingterrorist says:

    Supposed to be 70 here today in NE Texas!, I’ve got to get on cleaning and butchering that doe I just shot with a muzzle loader this morning.

  16. Firehand says:

    It’s bloody JANUARY; did anybody actually think it wouldn’t get cold again?


  17. Ogrrre says:

    Back in the ’70’s, when they were talking Global Cooling and an Impending Ice Age, we’d get hit here in Oklahoma with frigid temps like that 2 or 3 times a winter. “Siberian Express” was what they called the ones that barreled down the front range of the Rockies. There were a couple of other names for the cold air masses, depending on the route they took.
    There was even a joke about there being nothing between Amarillo, TX and the north pole, except a barbed wire fence, and it was down.
    This shit ain’t new to anyone except those who think history started with the advent of MTV.

  18. bobdog says:

    Can I send Al Gore some money to make this stop?

  19. livin to ride again says:

    went for a ride on motorcycle today

  20. Up here in northern New England it is/was called the Montreal Express. Just sayin’.

  21. SemperFi, 0321 says:

    So you’re gloating over the fact that you have one season, all yr long?
    I like the diversity of 4 distinct seasons, and clothing for each one. There’s nothing on earth like the beauty of Aspen trees turning yellow and red, and getting out the down coats.
    You can have your sunburn all yr long, whatever hemisphere it comes from.

  22. anonymous says:

    We’re going to see some epic spring flooding again, I can’t remember specific year but remember when they had to open a lot of dams to prevent them from getting damaged ? Its likely going to happen again – hope those people have a good memory and move their valuables before that occurs.

    • rightwingterrorist says:

      Anyone with 2 brain cells to rub together knows not to live in a flood plain, yet every year for as long as I can remember the same scenario plays out.

      Reporter: Your house is gone. What are you going to do now?
      Dumb Fuck: Whal, my great-grandpappy lost his house back in the flood of ’09, my grand pappy lost his in ’56, my daddy he got flooded in ’76. It’s a way of life out here. We can’t change it. I guess the gov’t is just gonna halfta get me nother doubble wide.

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