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The relatively warm winter temperatures in the Midwest and Northeast stayed around long enough to thaw most of the ice off the frozen ground. But once again, a blast of cold from the dreaded polar vortex is threatening to bring subzero temperatures to parts of North America. The arctic blast is expected to hit southern Canada first on Monday, and then move down to the northern plains of the U.S....

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