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According to Pulse of Radio,

Large parts of the U.S. have been put into a deep freeze today (January 6th) by frigid, dense air known as a “polar vortex” that descended from the north. The dangerous cold could break decades-old records, with wind chill warnings stretching from Montana as far south as Alabama. Among the forecasts: 32 below zero in Fargo, North Dakota; 21 below in Madison, Wisconsin; and 15 below in Minneapolis, Indianapolis and Chicago, with wind chills that could drop into the minus 50s and 60s. Schools in cities including Chicago, St. Louis and Milwaukee and the entire state of Minnesota were closed, and residents were warned residents to stay indoors. The South isn’t being spared, with single-digit highs expected Tuesday in Georgia and Alabama as the weather moves east.

Make sure you turn your faucet on tonight so a slow drip could come through your pipes so they won’t freeze.

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