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>> The storm that's dumped more than 65 inches of snow on Erie, Pennsylvania this week continues to wreak havoc.>> There you go.>>
>> All right. And it's not over yet, Erie, a lakeside city of about 100,000 people, is expecting a fresh round of winter storms, and up to ten more inches of snow Thursday night.
The blizzards, which broke a 59 year old record for a two day snowfall in Pennsylvania, have been driven by cold Arctic air moving over Lake Erie, it's a weather system affecting several states. In Cotton, Minnesota on Wednesday, temperatures plunged to 41 degrees below 0.>> I was kinda hoping my vehicle wouldn't start so I could stay home,
t it started.
>> And there's no immediate relief in sight, from Montana to Maine, forecasters are expecting to see temperatures hover at or below freezing, for a bone chilling final week of the year.