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"Froze over this morning. Has called you can't really raise that well for that woman and others to breathe outside in hell Michigan with temperatures and wind chills below zero just one of the many places in the midwest. Still dealing with dangerous cold weather CBS's. Demarco Morgan says the cold snap has been deadly a student at the university of Iowa was found dead outside of a university building where temperatures dipped to negative twenty two degrees. Officials say weather was a factor. WCBS TV forecaster Lonnie Quinn. We have already recorded an all time record low in Molina, Illinois, you've never been down to twenty nine below zero Rockford Illinois you've tied an all time record at twenty seven degrees. The weather has caused school and business closings and flight cancellations Minnesotan. Timothy connec is excited to hear the bitter, cold weather. We'll ease up this weekend. It's going to change. It's not forever. I think knowing that is very helpful CBS news update. I'm Steve Kaethe. WBZ news time ten thirty two. Subzero. Temperatures have been in the headlines for the. Past few days. Now snow is back in the mix. Let's get an update from AccuWeather meteorologist Joe lunberg. Yeah. We trade the extreme bitter cold for some snow, but it's just an interlude between what we have now and the much milder whether that will come this weekend temperature will only get to about one below for high today, but that's a big step up from where we got to yesterday and temperatures tonight will actually rise with that snowfall one to as much as three inches. It begins around five or six in the city this evening and by three or four tomorrow morning. It should be over with. But it may be slippery for the morning commute after that will moderate to above twenty tomorrow afternoon should get close to forty late Saturday. There may be a little rain or drizzle the times later this weekend. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Joe lunberg on Chicago's weather station. News Radio seven hundred and one zero five point nine FM. Charity organization has been very busy providing help in the bitter, cold joy squire with the Red Cross says."