Transcript for Millions feeling the chill from Deep South to Northeast
We start with a developing weather story. We have seen the forecast, it is deeply unpleasant. Look at this here. Lake-effect snow. The situation in Michigan. Also snowing in New Hampshire. I was there. I can attest to that. That's not the main issue. It's the cold technically still fall but a winter blast has overtaken the eastern half of the country. Just a tease of what's to come. Even colder air is on the way next week. We're talking single-digit windchills from the midwest and the northeast. Also talk of more snow. Let's go right to rob Marciano in Alabama where it's not quite single digits for game day. Hey, rob. How Ya doing? Reporter: Hi. It's hard to believe we're in the deep south. You can see my breath, temperatures right around the freezing mark and the kids getting ready for the big game trying to stay warm any way they can. The next one coming down the pike is colder. You live in the northeast, pipes outdoors freezing if you haven't winterized. Low temperatures chloer in lower to mid 20s. Fact iran windchill, 31 in Atlanta just down the road. Feels like 28 in Jackson, Mississippi. The pattern is going to drop an arctic high down Tuesday. Record breaks temperatures and windchills single digits if not lower in spots Tuesday. Look at Boston. Minus one on Wednesday morning for a windchill. These are middle of january-type temperatures and we're not even into the middle of November. Talk more about this cold snap from Alabama in a little bit. Up to you, Dan. Don't like it one bit. Rob, thank you very much.
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