Jan. 23 - From the Midwest to the Northeast, a deep freeze has set-in bringing sub-zero temperatures and dangerous wind chills. Linda So reports.
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As if it's not cold enough in Minnesota, dangerous wind chills are making it that much worse.
Many school districts canceled classes because of the bitter cold.
SOUNDBITE: DENNIS CARLSON, ANOKA-HENNEPIN SUPERINTENDENT, SAYING:
"We're always going to err on the side of safety. We just are. If I make an error and kids are safe; so I made an error in calling the school day."
After a major winter storm dumped heavy amounts of snow earlier in the week, states from the Midwest to the Northeast are now dealing with a deep freeze with temperatures dipping below zero.
In New York, the demand for propane to heat people's homes is leading to a temporary shortage.
SOUNDBITE: RYAN HOLLAND, M&M HOLLAND PROPANE, SAYING:
"We don't have any deliveries that are planned to come in next week. We've decided to put customers on a short fill, so we're making deliveries and not filling the tanks."
Forecasters expect the cold spell to stick around through the end of the month.
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