The progression of an unusually cool upper-level system crossed through portions of Chile over the weekend, resulting in nighttime low temperatures nearly 10 degrees Fahrenheit (5 Celsius) below normal.
Santiago, Chile's capital, fell to 28 degrees Fahrenheit (-2 Celsius) late Friday night and Saturday night at the peak of the cold snap. Two homeless residents of the city lost their lives when they succumbed to hypothermia.
Officials across the country have opened up temporary shelters to keep the country's 12,550 homeless citizens off the chilly streets.THERE'S ALSO BEEN RECORD COLD IN AUSTRALIA.
ARGUING THAT THERE'S BEEN MAN-MADE CLIMATE CHANGE BECAUSE IT'S VERY WARM IN ONE REGION IS TOTAL EFFIN BULLSHIT.