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Baby, It's Cold Outside!

BABY, IT'S COLD OUTSIDE! Bundling up for winter weather is important for conquering the chilling cold. Whether you're enjoying the Northern Lights in Juneau, Alaska, or heading to a Broadway show in New York City, choosing the right winter wear will determine whether you'll be comfortable in even the most extreme elements. WINTER WEATHER STATS TEMPERATURE RANGES DURING WINTER MONTHS (DEC - MAR) 80° Los Angeles, CA Houston, TX 69° 70° 66° Atlanta, GA Oklahoma City, OK 60 57° Seattle, WA 48° 50° Philadelphia, PA 49° 44° 43° 46 41° 41° New York, NY 39° 40° 36° 37° 37° 34° Boston, MA 36° 31° 30° Indianapolis, IN 29° 30 26" 26 25 Cleveland, OH 24" 24° 22° 20 Salt Lake Ciy, UT 10 Chicago, IL Juneau, AK INCHES OF RAIN INCHES OF SNOW ****** ** ********* ** ***** ***** ** **** * ** i** * ** =1 inch of rain =1 inch of snow WHAT TO WEAR FOR... RAINY DAY FORECAST Water Repellent Rain Jacket Fleece Jacket Pants Shell fabric made from Polartec Power Dry helps wick moisture away from skin Soft shell fabric is lightweight nylon and PreCip Dry Touch coating weather resistant and breathes for comfort Rain Boots Cap Umbrella Waterproof synthetic RubberHe upper Canopy design resists inversion in high winds Lined Thunderhead cap provides full waterproof protection SNOWY DAY FORECAST All-Weather Parka Long Down Jacket Tall Lace Boots Omni-Heat thermal DWR (durable water repellent) treated felt and waterproof leather upper reflective interior Shell with waterproof- breathable technology traps your body heat and re-circulates it Insulated Pants Snow Gloves Beanie Omni-Heat thermal Microfleece adds Polyester lining for smooth layering reflectivity captures and retains your body heat warmth and quick drying performance HISTORIC WINTER STORMS ARMISTICE DAY BLIZZARD GREAT BLIZZARD OF 1888 Location: New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut Date: March 11 - 14, 1888 Location: Midwestern United States Date: November 11 - 12, 1940 • Reported snowfalls of up to 27 inches • 20-foot snow drifts and temperatures • 40 - 50 inches of snow fell in parts of the states dropping 50° F were common over parts of Nebraska, South Dakota, lowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan. • Winds of over 45 miles per hour produced snowdrifts of over 50 feet • Death toll: over 400 • Death Toll: 145 2011 NORTH AMERICAN THE STORM OF THE CENTURY WINTER STORM Location: Eastern United States Date: March 11 - 15, 1993 Location: Stretched from New Mexico to • The storm stretched from Canada to Central America, but its main impact New Hampshire Date: January 31 - February 2, 2011 • The storm measured approximately 1.240 miles wide from west to east. was on the Eastern United States and Cuba. • According to news reports, one in three Americans were affected by the storm. I million were left without • Over electrical power. • Death toll: 310 people • Death toll: 24 EASTERN MOUNTAIN SPORTS SOURCES: | | | 1993 1940 2011 1888 Temperature in Fahrenheit

Baby, It's Cold Outside!

shared by Stephania on Nov 30
Check out how other cities in the U.S. get hit with rain and snow during the winter months. We even listed historic winter storms and what to wear to stay dry and warm this winter.




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