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By David K. Li
It will be cold for age ̵
And 25 percent of America will drop to 0 degrees in a dangerous cold that will touch 75 million US residents.
This arctic explosion will surely freeze the text fingers of the younger Americans.
"These are some of the coldest temperatures in the world." a generation has ever felt, talking about millennia, "Prociv said. "Many of these temperatures will be the coldest since around 1994 when many of them are just born."
- Mercury was expected to sink to minus-22 Wednesday in Chicago where it was not minus If Chicago hit the minus-22, it would be cold as the South Pole and colder than Siberia and Barrow, Alaska – the northernmost point of the United States.
- Milwaukee prepared for a night low of about -28 degrees, which would endanger the lowest level of minus-26 at Brew Town in 1996.
- De Moine, Iowa, can see that mercury falls to minus-21 early Wednesday in the potentially coldest day there as it is minus 20 on February 4, 1996.
- The low temperature in Philadelphia was expected to be 5 degrees on Wednesday.
- Snow was expected to fall in Buffalo, New York, on Tuesday night, for 24 to 96 hours, dumping from 12 to 24 inches.
- The snow splash even fell in Alabama on Tuesday as Gov.Kay
Shelters and churches in places such as Chicago, Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan, encouraged homeless to find shelter from harsh weather.
Chicago Mayor Ram Emanuel Tuesday said the city turns five buses into improvised warming centers that run around the city, some with nurses on board.
Christina Villareal, a spokeswoman for the city ministry of family and auxiliary services, said: "We bring warming
Temperatures in the upper middle west were expected to be so cold that even short-term exposure could be dangerous. You talk about frostbite and hypothermia problems very quickly, like within a few minutes, maybe seconds, "said Brian Hurley, a meteorologist at the Weather Forecasting Center at the National Meteorological Service.
The US Post Office said it would stop delivering on Wednesday in Minnesota, West Wisconsin, Iowa and West Illinois. In addition, there will be no mail or package pickups
Driving has been treacherous across the region. In the western part of Michigan, several multi-crown fights occurred on Tuesday, NBC affiliate WOOD reported while two semi-trailers were involved in a massive catastrophe in Gaines Township, Dutton Fire said.
In Kentucky, Governor Matt Bevin was not happy with dozens of field decisions to cancel the classes on Wednesday afternoon
saying in Luisville Radio Interview: "We're Soft."
"Now we're dropping a school of cold," Bevin told Terry Meyers's host, "I mean, there's no ice or snow." What's happening to America? We're soft, Terry, we're getting soft
Bevin said he was "just a little loud" and that he had a real concern – "that in America, this one and that On other fronts, we send messages to our young people that if life is heavy, you can shrink in the position of the fruit somewhere in a warm place and just wait until it stops being difficult and it just is not a reality.
The Big Middlewestern Universities have also called for Wednesday's classes, including:  University of South Dakota, University of North Dakota Cleveland State University University of Iowa, University of Illinois, University of Illinois, Chicago University of Michigan, University of Iowa University of Iowa, , Michigan State University University Wisconsin University, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Northwestern University, Purdue University