U.S. Faces Bitter Cold After Warmest October Ever Recorded Globally

Nov 8, 2019

Much of the U.S. faces bitter cold and braces for even more chilly weather next week. The National Weather Service forecasts that 170 daily cold records could be broken.

Host Jeremy Hobson speaks with Jen Carfagno (@JenCarfagno), a meteorologist and host of AMHQ at The Weather Channel.

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