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The deep freeze: 9 photos of Americans who are really, really cold
Brrr!
This Ohio native is all bundled up while waiting in line for a tour of the White House on Jan. 22.
This Ohio native is all bundled up while waiting in line for a tour of the White House on Jan. 22. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarqu
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rom New England to the Midwest, people are really feeling the bitter cold. Over the last couple days, the Northeast has seen some of the coldest air in two years, and many people simply weren't prepared thanks to our otherwise mild winter weather. Some places, like Erie, Pa., are experiencing record snowfalls, and according to Weather.com, the deep freeze is likely to continue with highs of 0 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit in New York and northern New England. So if you decide to go out and brave the Arctic air, bundle up! But before you do, you may want to take a look at these people who probably wish they stayed home:   

(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
New York City. Jan. 23. 

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(AP Photo/Toby Talbot)
Barre, Vt. Jan. 23. 

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(AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
Chicago. Jan. 22. 

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(AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)
Boston. Jan. 23.

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(AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
Chicago. Jan. 23.

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(REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton)
New York City. Jan. 23.

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(AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
New York City. Jan. 23.

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(REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton)
New York City. Jan. 23.

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