Early Wednesday and/or Thursday morning, temperatures are forecast to drop below freezing in portions of all 50 states, even in normally mild Florida and Hawaii.
A widespread cold snap that will encompass nearly the entire U.S. this week will be followed by a potentially disruptive snowstorm in the South and East by the weekend.
“On Wednesday, temperatures will be near to below average from coast to coast,” the National Weather Service said, with some of the most unusual cold expected across the eastern U.S.
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