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Bitter cold wind chills proving deadly, hindering airlines, power grids, schools

Arctic blast across U.S. linked to 12 deaths across multiple states
Dangerously cold temperatures affected much of the Rockies, Great Plains and Midwest on Tuesday, with wind chills below minus 30 degrees in many parts of the central U.S.
CBS News senior weather and climate producer David Parkinson reports more than 40 cold temperature records are likely to be broken Tuesday from Texas to Tennessee and in Michigan.
He notes that Baltimore and Philadelphia picked up over an inch of snow for the first time in more than 700 days Tuesday.
The National Weather Service said on X, the former Twitter, that New York City did the same:
It’s been 701 days since Central Park last recorded an inch of snow on a calendar day.
Latest totals as of 7 am:
❄️Since midnight — 1.0

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