Freezing Weather Makes Wet Hair Freeze In Less Than One Minute

Published February 2, 2019 17,321 Plays $8.46 earned

Rumble / Strange WeatherThe weather in Chicago these days was freezing and unbearable. The temperatures were -50 degrees, and it was the coldest weather, and it was affected by the polar vortex. The polar vortex is a large area of low pressure that’s strong over the polar regions in the winter, which usually circulates air from west to east People couldn't get out from their homes, stores were closed, and railways were on fire. It was petrifying, and it was one of the coldest winters in history.

This girl decided to show how cold it was in Chicago by going out with her wet hair outside. The results? Check out this video, and you will find out what happened after that! It looks scary, to be honest!

Info from Licensor: "Temperatures reached -50F with wind chill in Chicago last Wednesday and Thursday, making it possible to freeze wet hair. To make the most out of this dreadful weather, I went outside with wet hair post-shower, flipped my head over, and waited less than a minute." This video was filmed on January 31st in Chicago, Illinois.

There may not have been a month of Sundays, and the moon hasn’t turned blue, but hell has frozen over. The National Weather Service portrayed the Arctic shoot that struck Chicago on January 28th and 29th as "merciless, recorded, and conceivable life-threatening." We've heard reports that the temperatures dropped into double digits underneath zero—that it's so chilly, unimportant minutes of presentation to the air can make frostbite set in. That is cold!

The extreme climate has shut organizations, eateries, workplaces, schools, and even the Cook County circuit. There are endless other individuals all through the city attempting to ensure individuals have the critical data, crises oversaw, and warm places to go. The extraordinary, perilous temperatures are vastly different than a tempest framework abandoning them with a foot of snow.

However, some people are not afraid of the cold weather. Yes, those people are the Russians. This man jumped into freezing in -76 F Weather and that does not stop the man from having a casual swim!

A bizarre video has emerged of a man jumping into freezing water in -76°F weather. Oymyakon, Russia is known as one of the coldest permanently inhabited locales on Earth! The cold temperature makes this man scream his lungs out as he makes a brief pose for the camera and goes for his historic jump. Would you have done this?

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