Capital Region copes with extreme cold temperatures

January 02, 2018 06:45 AM

The Capital Region can count itself among the two hundred million dealing with a deep freeze across the country.

More than a dozen schools are delayed for the safety of students.

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The arctic blast is proving to be both parts dangerous and deadly.

Extreme cold temps have accounted for five deaths thus far with little end in sight.



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