Transcript for Alaskan Freeze Moves to Lower 48 States
And right to the big chill. Cold, bitter snow and ice in most of the country. Frigid temperatures in the deep south. Ginger is tracking it. Some thinking it's too early to see this out their back door. But two to three feet in northern Michigan, the upper peninsula. And the snow no longer the headline, it's the bitter, frigid air. The wind chill in Amarillo, is 1, Denver, 16 below is what it feels like. The east coast, it's not here yet. You have one more day. And then the bottom drops out. The cold front, and by Friday night, freezing or below. And, yes, getting there. But there's a winter weather advisory. We find our extreme team, rob Marciano, good morning. Reporter: Good morning. It's snowing in down Denver. But the buses are rolling through here. They can handle the snow. 5 to 8 inches. But that's not the story. It's record-breaking cold. Broke records yesterday, do it again today. And across many states, this storm and arctic blast has hit the U.S. Hard. The winter storm responsible for at least four deaths in Minnesota. Raging on this morning. With parts of the midwest buried under as much as 2 feet of snow. I hate to know what January and February hold for us. Reporter: Michigan's upper peninsula getting 24.5 inches. And from Wisconsin -- This is early for this kind of snow. Reporter: To Nebraska are scrambling to get out. The commute -- Be aware of surroundings at all times. Reporter: Hard to believe that this place two days ago, temperatures were in the 60s. Today we won't get into the teens. A rude winter awakening, not only for Denver and the front range, but millions of Americans east and south of here. From a snowy square, Lara Spencer, back to you. Stay warm. It is happen. It's here.
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