Get ready for the big freeze! Western half of US to be hit
with temperatures of up to 30 degrees colder than normal
after Alaska experiences bone-chilling lows of minus 41F
Forecasts expect the record-setting cold weather plaguing Alaska to spread to the rest of the United States in the coming week. Low temperatures have already set in Alaska, which is witnessing its coldest weather in almost two years. Just this week, temperatures in Fairbanks reached minus-31 degrees, ending a 624-day stretch of warmer weather. Now forecasters expect the record-setting weather may spread to 'most' of the country. The cold blast is set to last between six and eight days.
Alaska (pictured) set the record for its coldest November in 1970 at minus-62F, according to the National Weather Service
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3990910/Record-cold-strike-entire-week-Alaska-s-bitterest-weather-two-years-expected-spread-rest-country.html#ixzz4ReBqQpqY
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