After 2 Feet of Snow, Chicago Sees Coldest Temps in 30 Years

Sub-zero temperatures strike as Chicago residents dig out from major snow storm.
3:00 | 01/03/14

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Chicago area of course one of the hardest hit cities nearly two feet of snow in some parts around the city and out of the snow. Has finally ended their it's the frigid cold we're talking about now on ABC's -- is has been in Chicago these last 24 hours do -- good morning. Good morning to -- Dave and I heard you asked that question how long. Does it take for frostbite to -- often -- that right now we're talking about temperatures here. At sub zero temperatures were talking about minus two right out. We're talking about wind chills at twelve below zero take a look at all of the snow that has just been plowed here. A lot of the snow is light and fluffy just like you're seeing right now in New York -- ginger is. And that is also for all -- can be blown all over the place. And. This snow is going to be turning into -- deep freeze over the next few days. Because now we're talking about temperatures sub zero temperatures next week Monday and Tuesday it is the first time in some thirty years that we're seeing temperatures like that here and -- needless to say. We are talking about possible school cancellations lots of activities already canceled in the area it's going to be holding me. Our idea Benitez we appreciate it.

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