An arctic deep freeze is producing some of the coldest temperatures ever recorded in Iowa.
The life-threatening weather has forced widespread closures of schools, businesses and government offices across the state. The U.S. Postal Service took the unusual step of suspending mail delivery in Iowa Wednesday because of the cold temperatures.
Below, this page has links to vital information related to the weather.
A Wind Chill Warning is in effect for the entire area through at least Thursday morning. High temperatures on Wednesday will range from -10° to -20°. Wind chills during the day will range from -35° to -45°, plunging to -40° to -60° by Thursday morning.
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- Wednesday Mail Delivery SUSPENDED in Iowa
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- Tips For Staying Warm
- Reminder: Keep Your Pets Out Of The Cold
- Tips For Starting Your Car On A Cold Day
- Iowa's Public Universities Cancel Classes
- Don't Leave These Things In Your Car During a Polar Vortex
- These Things Can Happen When Your Body Gets Too Cold