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Deep freeze across the South
It's the winter that just doesn't want to let go.
The bitter cold now extends into the Deep South, streaching from Texas and the Gulf Coast across the entire Eastern half of the country.
Abc's Tahman Bradley has more on the winter weather problems.
The winter weather blast has created unlikely views across the south; like empty highways, slick with dangerous ice during the morning rush in San Antonio.
And kids get to enjoy a rare snow day from Texas to Louisiana.
35 states fell below freezing. More than half the Country under wind chill advisories and warnings.
The Delaware river remains frozen and New Yorkers chilled by artic air.
People should exercise extreme caution while walking. It's crucial to wear layers.
In the Midwest, ice and blowing snow made driving condition treacherous.
Today, crews cleared trucks and cars after this awful pileup Thursday on 1-94.
3 people were killed and more than 20 injured.
Chief Mick Pawlick said, "We're lucky that there wasn't 20 people dead and three people injured."
It left veteran first responders shaken.
"It'll live with us forever. Um, yeah, that's something that you'll never forget."