By the Numbers: Record freeze across the country

Record-breaking winter weather across the nation brings some of the coldest air in recorded history.
1:03 | 02/17/21

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We now take a closer look by the numbers at the record breaking winter weather across the country brings some of the coldest air in recorded history. This as yet another storm moves in. Minus two degrees Fahrenheit that was a frigid temperature in Dallas Texas this morning the coldest since 1949. And tied for the second coldest day. Since 1898. Oklahoma City kids minus fourteen degrees that was the coldest weather there since 1899. At city could also send a new record for this no earliest season ever. And Hastings Nebraska was a brutal thirty degrees below zero today time for the all time coldest temperature on record. Chicago has been pounded Wheaton nine straight days of snow that also ties losing record. And today 38 states from Washington to Massachusetts are under winter weather alerts for snow ice and bitter cold. And a whopping 73%. In the United States is now covered in snow and at its peak. More than four million American homes in thirteen states where without power.

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