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Topic - Vicki Baumann
The D.C. area is looking at the prospect of five consecutive days with high temperatures below freezing for the first time since 1996, even as the morning temperature of 15 degrees Wednesday was the lowest recorded since 2009.
"Right now it's 10 degrees" in Wisconsin, Ms. Baumann said, noting the temperature without factoring in the wind chill. "We're used to this. We go through this every January; there's a warm spell and then a deep freeze."