Bitter arctic air moves into center of US

Snow fell and temperatures plummeted across the Midwest, as artic air heads for the East Coast.
1:14 | 11/11/19

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We begin with the shivering start to the new week as millions face record cold. Bitter arctic air is moving into the center of the country. And is set to March east, already dumping snow in the northern plains. More dangerous driving is expected across the midwest. In Chicago, up to half a foot of snow could fall Monday morning. And the coldest air of the season from the gulf coast to Maine. Some temperatures 30 degrees below average. Let's get right to Greg durta. Reporter: This is a midwinter not a November one. Winter weather advisories stretch from Montana to Maine as snow makes for a messy Monday morning commute from Kansas to Chicago. The storm contnues east Monday night. And Tuesday night, could be snowflakes in I-95. And teens and 20s as far as Texas. Here in New York, what has been pretty nice over the last couple of days is going to turn cold again.

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