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1. COLD OUTSIDE? YOU'RE NOT ALONENearly 187 million people, more than half of the nation's population, were under a New Era Yankees 920 Washed At Navy/Cream
The winds made it feel like 55 below zero at one point Monday in International Falls, Minn., and parts of the Midwest accustomed to temperatures that are cold albeit seldom this cold.
Officials with Chicago's commuter rail, Metra, said there were multiple accidents, including one in which 14 passengers reported injuries and six were taken to the hospital with minor injuries after a train hit a "bumping post" at a downtown station. A state emergency official said nearly 400 vehicles including six semis were stuck for several hours overnight Sunday along a snowy stretch of interstate in southern Illinois. Among them: The Southern Illinois University men's basketball team, which spent the night on a church floor in central Illinois after their bus got stuck in a snowdrift on Interstate 57.
CHICAGO Much of the country continued to grapple Tuesday with a historic freeze that shuttered schools and businesses at the start of the first full work week of 2014. Flights, trains and bus transportation were disrupted, thousands were left without power and even parts of the country used to fending off hypothermia and frostbite had to take extra precautions as temperatures and wind chills approached record levels.
"It's been one weather system after another," said Delta Air Lines spokesman Morgan Durrant. "It's been a challenging 72 hours."
5. HEIGHTENED FEARS OF FROSTBITE, HYPOTHERMIAIn Chicago, hospital emergency rooms treated patients with Arizona Cardinals Hats
Widespread power outages were being blamed on the storm, including in Indiana, where Ny Hat Black
Here are five things to know about the deep freeze, as well as a photo gallery highlighting how people in the Midwest and elsewhere were dealing with the polar vortex.
State officials said places without power included the residential portion of the governor's residence in Indianapolis.
Gov. Mike Pence noted during a news conference Monday that the house has "lots of fireplaces" but urged Cleveland Indians Hats others without power to go to a shelter if necessary.
(MORE: How Long Will Cold Last? State By State Impacts)
"Due to the extreme conditions, damage is significant," Indianapolis Power Light spokeswoman Katie Bunton said.
In recent years, airlines have cut the number of flights to ensure that most of their planes depart full. That's been great for their bottom line but leaves very few empty seats to rebook stranded travelers. Sometimes, it takes days to get everybody where they should be.
2. FLY AWAY FROM THE WEATHER? THINK AGAINMore than 3,700 flights around one out of every 10 domestic departures were canceled by Monday afternoon, following a weekend of travel disruption across the country. The bulk of those cancellations were in Chicago, Cleveland, New York and Boston.
JetBlue Airways stopped all scheduled flights to and from New York and Boston. American Airlines said temperatures are so cold at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport that fuel and de icing liquids were actually frozen. United Airlines said its fuel is pumping slower than normal in Chicago.
The coldest temperature reported in a 24 hour period through Monday was 36 degrees at Crane Lake, Minn. The warmest: 84 in Hollywood and Punta Gorda, Fla.
With wind chills as low as 45 below zero at some airports, workers could remain exposed on the ramp for only a few minutes. That made loading and unloading luggage a challenge.
3. GROUND TRAVEL DISRUPTED, TOOPlanes weren't the only form of mass transportation disrupted. There also were widespread delays and cancellations in ground transportation including Amtrak, buses and commuter trains.
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But even the coal fields of Virginia and West Virginia had a wind chill of negative 35. Monday, and South Dakota would have joined them if not for the 1 degree reading at Rapid City.
wind chill warning or advisory.
(WATCH: 'Coldest Wind Chill I've Ever Reported In')
crews worked late Monday to restore services for more than 30,000 customers. Utility officials cautioned some people could be in the cold and dark until Thursday.
frostbite, weather related asthma and head injuries from falls on ice.
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"It's pretty typical of what we see when it's this cold," said Dr. Paul Casey, an ER doctor at Rush University Medical Center. "Later in the day, the more people are outside working, we may see more cold related injuries such as frostbite and hypothermia.".
The city of Indianapolis evacuated more than 400 residents without heat or power, said Marc Lotter, a spokesman for Mayor Greg Ballard. Many found temporary comfort at warming centers set up around the city, while those needing long term shelter were sent to the American Red Cross.
Passengers reported long lines at airports as they tried to rebook on other flights. United Airlines had so many phone calls that it was suggesting travelers use its website to rebook.
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