'My ears are frozen': Extreme cold grips Northeast as residents dig out from big snowstorm

  • Article by: MICHELLE R. SMITH , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 3, 2014 - 10:10 PM

BOSTON — Homeowners and motorists dug out across the white-blanketed Northeast on Friday as extreme cold ushered in by the storm threatened fingers and toes but kept the snow powdery and mercifully easy to shovel. At least 16 deaths were linked to the storm as it swept across the nation's eastern half.

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stevensp0Jan. 3, 14 5:16 AM

Welcome to my world.....: (

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joe_mnJan. 3, 14 7:29 AM

brother flew into dc yesterday. no issues

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regionguyJan. 3, 14 3:28 PM

Oh please. High and low temps yesterday in Boston: 28 and 3. Here: 2 and -14.

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crock2Jan. 3, 14 9:38 PM

regionguy: The temps you posted are Boston. Like any major metro area, those temps are always higher than you will find elsewhere in the region. I live in southern New Hampshire, and it's currently -4 and falling at 10:30pm.

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regionguyJan. 3, 1411:49 PM

Crock2: I am very aware of what you are going through, having family in Northern MA. Hang in there.

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