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Phenomenon POLAR VORTEX Ice Storm Blizzard Brutal Cold Minnesota Whiteout Conditions Arctic Cold

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Once in a generation ice storm descends on South as brutal cold continues to blanket the Midwest - closing schools, freezing rivers and grounding more than 3,200 flights\r
Usually warm-weather destinations including Savannah, Georgia and Pensacola, Florida will see snow and ice today\r
Parts of the Midwest including Chicago and Minneapolis will endure a second consecutive day of subzero temperatures\r
80 million people are affected by wind chill advisories\r
Schools and universities across the South and Midwest are closed, while airports and Amtrak have canceled journeys\r
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Brutal Cold Midwest Whiteout Conditions Minnesota Plus Extreme Cold 1/28/new\r
An unusual weather pattern that drives air from the Arctic Circle south will send temperatures plummeting from Minneapolis to Louisville, Ky., and leave a huge swath of the country colder than Alaska.\r
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Mike Hudson of the National Weather Service says the wind chill will make Minneapolis feel like minus 43 degrees Monday morning — far colder than the minus 4 degrees it will feel like in the nations northernmost city of Barrow, Alaska.\r
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That will be a shock for much of the Midwest. In Kansas City, Mo., the high temperature Sunday was expected to be 60 while Mondays high is forecast to be only 15.\r
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Not only that, but the cold will stick around for a couple days. In Chicago, Hudson says, temperatures should remain below zero for 2½ days.\r
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The Windy City frozen solid! Stunning images of Chicago reveal the devastating effect of the polar vortexs -62F temperatures\r
The Midwest and the East were colder than much of Antarctica on Tuesday\r
Around 70 daily record lows expected to be broken on Tuesday from the Deep South to Northeast and Midwest\r
Almost 1,200 flights were canceled at Chicagos two airports on Tuesday as a deep freeze lingers across the country\r
The windchill in Comertown, Montana made it feel as low as -62°F\r
In New York City, Central Park was 5F on Tuesday, the coldest January 7 since 1896\r
Almost 1,200 flights canceled at Chicagos two airports on Tuesday\r
Further travel disruptions are expected and schools closures are still in effect in Washington D.C. and Atlanta\r
Experts have called the temperatures and freezing winds dangerous and life threatening - warning that skin can freeze in just ten minutes in wind chills of minus 50\r
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Brutal, life-threatening cold descended over the East and the South, sending the mercury plummeting on Tuesday into the single digits and teens from New York and Washington to Atlanta, Nashville and Birmingham - where many people have little experience in dealing with freezing weather.\r
After pounding the Midwest and Great Lakes over the weekend, snow from winter storm Ion started to move into the East on Tuesday.\r
The morning weather map for the eastern half of the U.S. was dotted with lots of small, negative numbers with the Midwest and the East were colder than much of Antarctica.\r
The historic freeze shuttered schools, businesses and made road conditions treacherous. More than 3,700 flights - around one out of every 10 domestic departures - were canceled on Monday with delays continuing today. The majority of cancellations were in Chicago, Cleveland, New York and Boston.\r
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