We should name icebergs still floating in Lake Superior in July after infamous AGW scientists. This one is Gavin pic.twitter.com/tpPO9RYusuOne would think the AGW crowd would wise up. Icebergs on Superior in July and Chicago facing temperature drops possibly in the 40's. From ABC News;
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Between Monday and Wednesday, temperatures in the Midwest will be as much as 15 degrees lower than normal, with the biggest drops seen close to the Great Lakes, though people in Oklahoma and Arkansas will need to break out pants, too.
Meanwhile, the usually temperate Pacific Northwest should get ready to sweat. Places such as Seattle could reach 90 or higher next week, Masters said.
Chicago would normally see highs in the 80s and lows in the mid-60s, but the weather service says highs early next week will climb no higher than the mid-60s — maybe 70 degrees— and lows could dip into the upper 40s.