As cold air overtakes areas of the United States this week, ranging from the Northeast and New England to the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest, some parts of the U.S. will experience their coldest daily temperatures in three years.
ABC News reported 15 million people were under wind chill advisories Monday morning, with the wind chill in the Upper Midwest to be as cold as 45 degrees below zero, compared to 35 degrees below zero in the Northeast and New England.
Similarly, while Monday is expected to be the coldest day of the week for the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest, Tuesday is forecast to break cold records out East.
On Tuesday, New York is forecast to have a high of 22 degrees, while Boston will reach a high of 12 degrees, marking the coldest temperature in both areas since 2019.
Following the frigid two days, temperatures across the country are expected to bounce back to normal daily highs.
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