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Next week's Arctic blast will be so cold, forecasters expect it to break 170 records across US

USATODAY.com Friday, 8 November 2019
Get ready for a taste of January next week. The incoming Actic blast will bring cold temperatures to the Midwest, Plains, East Coast and Deep South.
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"Winter is coming" isn't just a pop-culture catchphrase any longer. The next five to seven days are going to bring frigid temperatures to the eastern two-thirds of the US. The first round of unseasonably cold temps will hit Friday, with a second, colder Arctic blast coming later. Friday's cold snap...

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