As snowstorms continue to batter the United States and Canada, the National Weather Service (NWS) has issued many winter storm warnings for various locations across the country.
In the next few days, a severe winter storm is expected to wreak havoc on tens of millions of people with snow, ice, wind, and rain.
The climatic calamity has already begun, wreaking havoc on the United States and Canada.
In the early hours of January 17th, 2022, there were reports of a huge winter storm bringing heavy snow and ice to sections of the United States and Canada, putting more than 80 million people under weather alerts.
In several south-eastern regions, more than 145,000 people are without electricity, and thousands of flights have been canceled. North and South Carolina, as well as Virginia and Georgia, have all proclaimed states of emergency.
Citizens are already terrified; it is a yearly occurrence that occurs nonstop and in a predictable pattern, yet the government does nothing.
Even as people continue to die, the appeal for answers to the climate disaster has gone unheeded.
The only option the authorities could come up with was to advise inhabitants to abandon their houses in order to avoid being engulfed by the heavy, destructive snow.
The warning issued to citizens of the United States of America and Canada says; “Dear Americans run for your life”, Winter Storm Izzy is expected to hit the southern United States and Canada on Saturday and Sunday.
We know where it’s gonna hit so ‘flee’, Snow is coming to Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee, as well as Charlotte, North Carolina. A dangerous ice storm is also possible in sections of North and South Carolina, as well as parts of Virginia, according to the forecast.
Even as the cumulative consequences of various occurrences increased, the amusing truth remains that these warnings kept arriving every year with zero strict action focused on solving the total action against climate change.
The National Weather Service (NWS) in the United States predicts more than a foot (30 cm) of snow in certain regions.
The NWS cautioned that snow and ice could cause “dangerous travel, power outages, and tree damage.”
According to the Associated Press news agency, highway patrols reported hundreds of automobile accidents. This, That. This That!