An Arctic Blast Hits The East Coast, And Wind Chills Get Dangerously Low

Friday saw the brunt of a winter storm system’s arctic air mass descend upon the East Coast, bringing with it heavy snow, blizzard conditions, and dangerously low temperatures that knocked out power and snarled holiday travel.

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The National Weather Service office in Montana reported that one of their thermometers stopped working due to the extreme cold brought on by this system, which has already been blamed for three deaths. The weather service office in Elk Park, Montana, recorded a temperature of -50 degrees on Thursday.

Temperatures as low as minus 1 degree were recorded early Friday morning in cities across the South, including Nashville. Music City has witnessed the coldest early morning temperature in nearly 27 years.

On Thursday night, the meteorological service updated its database that tracks wind chill warnings and advisories, revealing that more than 181 million people, or more than half of the country’s population, face severe wind chills in the days leading up to Christmas.

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Shallow temperatures, with some locations seeing drops of 50 degrees, were reported in dozens of states. The meteorological service predicts that large parts of the country will continue to see minimum wind chill values in the negative double digits on Friday and in the coming days.

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