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The winter will be the longest winter in U.N. history, but scientists warn that it could be the last winter in the United States before we see the winter we had last year.
The U.K. will have its warmest winter in decades, but there are concerns that the record cold will be a factor as the country tries to recover from the devastating heat wave of 2011.
The cold snap has already been felt in the Midwest, where temperatures have dropped to -15 degrees in some parts of the state.
In some parts, the cold has already hit 50 degrees.
And the coldest winter on record has been recorded in Greenland, where a record low of -21 degrees has been set.
But scientists caution that these are not the only places where winter will continue to wreak havoc.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is forecasting a record number of blizzards that will affect many of the United Kingdom’s coastal areas.
In the Northeast, the snow is already in the hundreds of inches.
In the southern U.P. and U.H. states, the temperature will be in the teens or lower, but the snow could come as early as this week.
In Texas, the temperatures could dip to below -25 degrees by Friday, according to the Weather Channel.
The forecast for the summer also has a chance to be a record breaker.
A record high of 46.5 degrees will fall in the Texas state of Austin on Wednesday.
Temperatures will fall to around -27 degrees by the end of the week.
The weather system will move across the country and create snow showers and freezing rain across parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
The mercury will reach as low as -30 degrees on Friday, with the National Weather Service predicting snow to fall in much of the Northeast by Sunday.
The extreme weather system is expected to bring heavy snowfall to the northern and central U.C. and parts of Texas.