The polar vorteXXX: map view for predicting arctic waves that paralyze the Midwest, looks creepy on a few breasts

  • WLKY News The map of Louisville followed the polar vortex and brought in -50F wind chills
  • But it unintentionally displayed what looked like a pair of pink breasts with nipples
  • Forecasters have predicted that Chicago will be colder than parts of Antarctica

Connor Boyd for Mailonline

Published:
10:42 GMT, January 30, 2019

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updated:
13:56 GMT, January 30, 2019

It was meant to mark this week a polar vortex that covered the Midwest and East Coast, causing 220 million Americans to deal with temperatures as low as -50F.

But unfortunately this weather forecast has finally put the emphasis on something else.

The WLKY News graphic in Louisville has a creepy resemblance to a pair of perky pink breasts – with two perfectly placed nipples.

This WLKY image in Louisville has a creepy resemblance to a pair of perky pink breasts - with two perfectly placed nipples

This WLKY image in Louisville has a creepy resemblance to a pair of perky pink breasts – with two perfectly placed nipples

The hilarious blunder was noticed by observing viewers who followed one of the coldest periods in history.

Temperatures can reach -50F in North and South Dakota and parts of Minnesota, making it too cold for people to go outside safely.

A state of emergency has been declared in Wisconsin, Michigan and Illinois, as well as in Alabama and Mississippi.

The polar vortex is here and it is causing havoc to tens of millions of people in the United States who brace themselves for a deep arctic cold that has stopped port services in five states. Pictured above: Ice cubes form on the walkway on North Avenue Beach or Lake Michigan in Chicago Tuesday

The polar vortex is here and it is causing havoc to tens of millions of people in the United States who brace themselves for a deep arctic cold that has stopped port services in five states. Pictured above: Ice cubes form on the walkway on North Avenue Beach or Lake Michigan in Chicago Tuesday

Delivery and other services are suspended in Minnesota, Western Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska and West Illinois (pictured is the Chicago River)

Delivery and other services are suspended in Minnesota, Western Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska and West Illinois (pictured is the Chicago River)

The Chicago office of the National Weather Service warned Wednesday for the coldest day in the city of all time.

It said: 'dangerously cold wind shivers can cause frostbite on the exposed skin in just 5 minutes'. and advise to cover every exposed skin and keep pets indoors.

According to meteorologist, Ryan Maue, Chicago will be colder on Thursday than the North Pole. The Arctic Ocean including the North Pole is likely to be around -20F, but that's normal on the snow-covered ice, & # 39; twittered Maue.

The James J. Versluis, a 90-foot icebreaker tugboat, breaks the ice on Tuesday through Lake Michigan in Chicago

The James J. Versluis, a 90-foot icebreaker tugboat, breaks the ice on Tuesday through Lake Michigan in Chicago

The outlook for Detroit was Wednesday lows of around 15, with a decrease of the wind in minus 40 degrees

The outlook for Detroit was Wednesday lows of around 15, with a decrease of the wind in minus 40 degrees

It is so cold in Chicago that crews had to shoot the commuter rail to make the trains run smoothly

It is so cold in Chicago that crews had to shoot the commuter rail to make the trains run smoothly

Predictors in Iowa have warned people not to breathe deeply and to minimize talking & # 39; when they go out.

Winter Storm Jayden has been blamed for at least four weather-related deaths in the Midwestern states, and the authorities think it will remain life-threatening all week long.

A polar vortex describes the mass of low pressure and cold air in the stratosphere above the Arctic.

Many times in the winter in the northern hemisphere, the polar vortex will expand and send cold air to the south with the jet stream.