Another 'very strong cold front—one that will be stronger than before—is coming from the North!' says the National Weather Service. No problem, says National Public Radio: 'move to Alaska!' It's warmer there.
[On] multiple dates this month, temperatures have been warmer in Alaska than they have been in Texas, Louisiana and much of the Atlantic coast, including Florida. Nome, Alaska, which lies at 64.5 degrees north latitude has experienced at least seven days so far this month where temperatures have climbed above freezing. The normal high for Nome is 13 F.