1. BRRRR

    Big Freeze Across U.S.

    A pedestrian crosses a downtown Cleveland street in wind-blown snow Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013. In hard-hit northeast Ohio, scores of school districts including Cleveland called off classes Tuesday amid blowing snow and temperatures that felt like minus-10. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

    Wild-blown Cleveland street on Tuesday. (Mark Duncan/AP)

    Was President Obama thinking of this week’s weather forecast when he mentioned climate change at the inauguration? Across the U.S., the coldest temperatures in two years are predicted for the upcoming week. In Langdon, N.D., it felt like -51 degrees Fahrenheit, while frigid temperatures closed schools in the Detroit area and in Ohio. Even some warmer places are expecting cold temperatures, with the New York area forecasted to have temperatures that feel like the single digits. Stay bundled up.

    Read it at NPR