This isn't the full-scale arctic onslaught that shattered records last year, but it is a stretch of below-average temperatures to hang around longer than normal, said National Weather Service meteorologist Matt Mosteiko.
"The polar vortex will be pushing farther south," he said, adding that it will probably come into Canada but not cross the U.S. border. "The fact that (it's) shifting southward displaces more cold air."http://www.freep.com/story/news/local/mi.../18643119/:scream:
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