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>> Real temperatures when combined with windchill may very well fall to extraordinarily dangerous levels.>> A blast of arctic air from what meteorologists call a polar vortex brought record setting and life threatening cold to a wide swath of the United States on Tuesday. The Midwest will be the hardest hit area, with a wind chill bringing temperatures down as low as minus 50 degrees Fahrenheit in Chicago.
>> While the snow may be ending, the cold is just starting.>> Some forecasts project the freeze will break a city record set in 1985, with the coldest temperatures in a generation. Officials in Chicago said classes would be cancelled for all 360,000 students on Wednesday due to the severe weather.
The polar vortex is a massive freezing air that normally spins around the North Pole, but has made its way south into the United States.>> Relative to average, the coldest temperatures on the planet are gonna be right here in the upper Midwest.>> Video shared on Facebook shows that the surface of Lake Michigan resembling a landscape of frozen rocks.
Indianapolis' mayor warned residents to stay inside.>> That these temperatures, even ten minutes of exposure may very well be harmful.>> Half the flights out of Chicago's Midway International Airport were canceled on Tuesday according to tracking service Snow is expected through Wednesday from the Great Lakes region into New England.