A similar event was canceled from the Chicago lakefront, where the temperature dipped below zero as thick white steam rose from the lake Monday morning.Organizers said the arctic blast made jumping into the lake too dangerous. But I was down by the lake and, gosh, if you were dropped in there, it’d take you 10 minutes to get out,” Jeff Coggins, who helped organize the thwarted Chicago event, told WBBM-TV.In the central Texas city of Abilene, the local police chief said more than three dozen vehicle crashes were reported in 24 hours.It’s even cold in the Deep South, a region more accustomed to brief bursts of arctic air than night after night below zero.The temperature hit 20 below zero (-29 Celsius) early Monday, with the wind chill dipping to negative 31 degrees (-35 Celsius).Indianapolis Public Schools canceled classes for Tuesday on all its campuses due to the predicted sub-zero temperatures.
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Frozen pipes and dead car batteries were concerns from Louisiana to Georgia as overnight temperatures in the teens were predicted across the region by Monday night.
The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office said two bodies found Sunday showed signs of hypothermia.