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the unseasonable cold wave in the Northeast has already put a strain on oil supplies
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In addition to the aforementioned coldest final week plus first week of a year since 1918, here are some other key local tidbits about the longevity of this cold wave: D.C.’s run of 12 days at or below 35 degrees is the sixth-longest on record.
But the unexpected cold wave didn't stop the push for open housing in Milwaukee.
The effect of one in this drink is substantial, a stealthy allium depth charge that lends a vaguely roasty, vegetal note and that rides atop the gin’s natural botanicals for a crystal-cold wave of savory flavors.
But ice accumulations from a nationwide cold wave that meteorologists have named Winter Storm Inga prompted organizers to delay the official opening.
Temperatures will rise Tuesday after the longest cold wave since 1977, the National Weather Service said.
Only two days have climbed above 20 degrees during the two-week cold wave: Dec. 25, when the high reached 28, and last Wednesday, which made it to 21.
The Northern Plains and Upper Midwest, in particular, are likely to feel the wrath of relentless and punishing cold waves.
In a letter to energy regulators, Perry cites the Polar Vortex cold wave in 2014 and recent hurricanes that devastated parts of Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico as examples of why the nation’s fuel supply must be protected.
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