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We are told from Accu. Weather that the temperature is going to be moving upward mid twenty s today and about that weather hell freezes over in the nation's mid west literally we're talking about hell Michigan. Was it minus fourteen degrees yesterday, it is still below zero. There this hour, and it's not the worst of the bitter cold in the mid west. But it is expected to warm up a bit this weekend as the polar vortex hits the road. This comes as welcome relief, especially for some in that region. The brutal cold has been especially hard on those who are doubted out. There's lots of people that don't have coats don't have warm homes. Ryan hartsville is openness church at eastern Kentucky's laurel county as an emergency shelter helping lots of people who you know, can't keep can't keep the heat on. And you know, maybe even don't have the food in the pantry for the kids staying home. The record cold prompted many schools to cancel classes, meeting many kids lost out on subsidized breakfast at lunch. Chris cillizza? Bs new a New Hampshire state worker is recovering this morning after being hit in the head by a chunk of ice and snow that ripped off a truck on the highway police say the department of transportation worker was driving behind a box truck on route one on one and Raymond when a chunk of ice and snow smashed right through the windshield and hit him in the head the driver treated at a hospital the box Trump kept right ongoing. Police have not yet found it. The brutal cold is being measured by some in the United States as historic but in the land down under it's a completely different scene. Where January is summer in Australia, and this January has been the hottest ever extreme temperatures.