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Host of workers, volunteers helping in the extreme cold
Host of workers, volunteers helping in the extreme cold

Baltimore will be colder than nearly all of Alaska on Friday. The National Weather Service reports temperatures will start near zero and aren't expected to rise above 15 degrees, with wind chills as low as minus-17 degrees. In Alaska, the high Friday will be 28 degrees in Fairbanks and 36 in Nome. Even Boston, with its 7 feet of snow this winter, will be two degrees warmer. But no one needs a meteorologist to explain it's dangerously cold outside. With temperatures 10 to 20 degrees below normal for the region, an army of public and private workers and volunteers has been on the job looking out for those most vulnerable to the frigid air — steering the homeless to...

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