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The 'polar vortex' means colder temperatures, more snow for the North

After 2014's first major snow storm — which placed 100 million Americans under winter warnings, watches and advisories on Thursday — the Midwest and Northeast are bracing for more freezing weather and icy conditions. Frigid below-zero temperatures are settling in across the north, blasting the region with some of the coldest temperatures in decades. In some parts of the Midwest, wind chills could drop to minus 50, 60 or even 70.The reason: A "polar vortex," as one meteorologist calls it. ...

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