Nature has bestowed us with everything but we the humans, are failing to protect nature and often becoming the victims for its wrath. Nature has been sending warning bells already and the extreme weathers have smashed records around the globe this year.
We have witnessed the mercury dip as low as minus 38 degrees Fahrenheit as Australia endures triple-digit high temperatures, reigniting concerns about changing the earth.
Shockingly, temperatures dipped to minus 23 degrees on Wednesday morning at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, breaking that day’s previous record low of minus 15, set in 1966. The lowest wind chill recorded Wednesday in Chicago was 52 degrees below zero, according to the National Weather Service. It’s buzzed that the temperature was even colder than on Mars.
The arctic blast has canceled hundreds of flights, and major Chicago attractions, schools, and colleges were shut down. The U.S. Postal Service also suspended mail service on Wednesday for parts or all of several Midwestern states, including North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Illinois.