It’s no big secret that the polar vortex is back in the United States. I think everyone has been freezing all day. In fact, the lowest recorded temperature according to The Weather Channel occurred in Cotton, Minnesota where it was -56 degrees Fahrenheit. (Anyone else have problems imagining what that temperature even feels like?!?)
What could be causing this chilly weather you ask? Elsa from Frozen! In the process of ‘letting it go’ she caused massive snowstorms and subzero temperatures all across the country. Fear not though! Elsa has been captured by the Hanahan Police Department in South Carolina. She has currently been booked under no bond until further notice. Maybe Anna, Kristoff, and Sven are on their way to rescue her? Hopefully, Elsa will learn how to love again and thaw the country. She will have to make sure that she creates a flurry cloud for Olaf though!
I relate most to Olaf when he described summer. I’ve also loved summer, and the sun, and all things hot. I’d much prefer to be sitting with a drink in hand and getting tanned during summer! Do you prefer the warmer weather or does the cold not bother you? I hope everyone is staying warm and safe during this weather.
Source: McLean Police Department
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