Extreme cold after major snowstorm to send Midwest, East into deep freeze

A brutally chilly punch of Arctic air is expected to reach within the United States next week, reinforcing winter across the Midwest and far of the East on the heels of this weekend’s leading snowstorm. AccuWeather forecasters pronouncing this will likely make for the longest stretch of chilly air so far this winter.

After a “Saskatchewan screamer” left over a foot of snow in Des Moines, Iowa, Friday into Saturday, this related typhoon is expected to barrel in the course of the jap U.S., spreading ice and heavy snow across internal parts of the area. But as that storm departs, two separate pictures of cold air will proceed the wintry freeze.

Extreme cold after major snowstorm to send Midwest, East into deep freeze

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