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Several blasts of arctic cold will bring an early winter to millions across the US

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 5 November 2019
Arctic cold blasts will hit much of the United States this week, bringing an early winter to millions with frosts, freezes and cold temperatures
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News video: Milwaukee gears up for bitter cold

Milwaukee gears up for bitter cold 01:22

People are coping in different Milwaukee neighborhoods with the bitter cold as early November feels more like early January.

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