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*Astonishing cold and unusual early season snow…”Zeta” to make landfall later in southeastern Louisiana*

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The Arctic cold has been historic in recent days across portions of the western and central US with some long-standing low temperature records being absolutely annihilated. In fact, temperatures late Monday were running as much as 30-50 degrees below normal in a widespread area stretching from the Dakotas to Texas as well to the west across the Rockies.

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