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>> Here we go.>> Massive snow storms and freezing temperatures stretching from coast to coast in the US. The blast of Arctic air that swept through the Midwest hitting the East Coast Thursday. Heavy snowfall creating hazardous travel conditions in Upstate New York, where temperatures are forecast to hit 25 degrees.
In Boston, temperatures could reach a record low. And the unusually cold weather is expected to land as far south as Norfolk, Virginia. On the other side of the country in Oregon, a rare snow storm making traffic a nightmare with road closures and dozens of car accidents causing huge delays.
In California, the Sierra Nevada mountain region could get more than 2 feet of snow. Meanwhile, freezing temperatures are expected to persist in the Midwest. The heaviest snowfall likely to hit the Great Lakes area. Authorities across the country issuing windchill advisories and warning of the risks of hypothermia and frostbite.
A woman whose body was found outside Saint Paul, Minnesota earlier this week has now been determined to have died from hypothermia.