As more than eight states in the US region work to recover from winter storm Elliott, which has reached historically low temperatures and accumulated snowfall levels, Images continue to circulate about the inclement weather and how residents coped with the adverse conditions.
Most affected by storm in Bhainsa city Houses, cars, shops and roads buried under mountains of snow, Those require days of forced labor with machinery to free them.
On TikTok, he has also posted clips depicting extreme temperatures, like the one shared by @mrbryanart. This is a parody about the reaction of a portion of the residents to the snow seen in their cars: “Latinos in their First Winter in New York”He wrote below the video.
In it, A man pours hot water from a kettle on a glass covered with ice in the door of his car. The result is unfavorable as the collision between the temperatures causes the glass to melt.
The reactions generated by this attempt to unfreeze the crystal are varied, but mainly derision: “Who said science class was useless”; “It melted so well, you could hardly see the glass”; “who said why study physics if you are going to make money in usa”Forum users commented.
Others were angered by the generalization to the detriment of Latinos: “Don’t Put All the Latinos in It”, “I’m Latino and I don’t do that with hot water”; “I don’t think so, I was born Latina in the winter, there are always tricks for not doing it,” she wrote.
Another stunning photo broadcast from Lakeway, Texas, And it went viral for showcasing the freezing temperatures in the region. photo shows how the entrance to a car wash was frozenWhere as in regular service, a curtain of water covers the vehicles.
An Argentine woman originally from Córdoba who documents her life in the United States through TikTok, Showed what happens to hot water under current conditions in Minnesota. In the text of the video, he is clarifying that at that time the temperature was around 35 degrees below zero.
“We didn’t know what was going to happen and it was just magical”Aileen wrote. In the video, he is seen holding the Argentina national team shirt along with Messi’s number 10 as his teammate throws water at both of them. The result stunned his followers: An arc of vaporized water instantly.
Luckily, the experiment worked for him. Those who tried got burned because the temperature outside was not cold enough. “We didn’t even know we were going to pass out, hahaha, that was my scare”wrote Tiktoker from Argentina.
At the end of last week, the arctic storm started badly affecting the country., The lowest temperatures were recorded in Idaho, where they reached minus 55 degrees.With other points, apart from Minnesota, such as Chicago marked -36.6ºC and Denver -29ºC.