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Temperatures will rise again after winter cold hits central and eastern US

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  • Winter cold hits the U.S. this week.
  • Luckily it will be brief.
  • Temperatures will rise in the coming days.

Severe weather is once again on the horizon, with several states bracing for chilly temperatures, prompting alerts from experts.

Central and eastern regions of the country are expected to bear the brunt of these climatic shifts, potentially facing the repercussions of the incoming inclement weather.

Such wintery conditions haven’t been experienced in some areas since March and April when we saw record temperatures and occasional snowfall.

As of now, there are no advisories for road or air travel, but people are advised to stay updated on the evolving weather conditions.

Winter cold hits much of the U.S.

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The United States is once again facing the threat of a cold front, which is expected to bring unusually low temperatures to various regions.

Regarding this unexpected cold snap that will affect significant portions of the country, AccuWeather forecasts that the chilly weather will be brief.

This sudden plunge in temperatures will catch many off guard, with conditions more reminiscent of February than November.

Meteorologists are cautioning people, particularly in the central and eastern parts of the country, to brace themselves for the impacts of this adverse weather.

Which states will be affected?

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Some regions in the Southeast have been enjoying warm weather as the week began, but a dramatic shift is on the horizon.

Per AccuWeather, on Wednesday, a significantly colder air mass is expected to envelop the region, extending down to the Florida peninsula.

Inland areas will see temperatures plunge to lows not experienced since spring, potentially catching residents off guard.

In certain southern parts, temperatures are forecasted to plummet to record-breaking lows, underscoring the importance of heeding warnings.

What will happen in the United States?

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AccuWeather’s Chief Meteorologist Bill Deger has issued a warning about the impending low temperatures expected across the country in the coming days.

He added that frost is forecast to spread across the interior South, the Northeast and much of the Midwest.

He pointed out that this will mark the end of the growing season in these areas.

In fact, some parts of the South could see record-breaking lows.

What else is expected this week?

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Despite the sudden onset of this cold front, it’s anticipated to be fleeting.

It may seem like an early winter has descended upon these eastern states, but there’s a silver lining — warmer temperatures are forecasted to return soon.

A significant warming trend is slated to begin on Thursday afternoon in the South-Central, Southeastern, and Northeastern parts of the United States.

This warming is expected to persist in most areas throughout the weekend, indicating that the spell of severe weather might be brief.

Winter cold: How can you avoid bad weather?

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Authorities emphasize the importance of staying informed through weather channels and social media.

In addition to being prepared in case the situation changes, follow these recommendations.

Make sure your home is prepared for the extreme cold. This includes sealing cracks and leaks in windows and doors.

You must also have enough fuel for heat and hot water, as well as adequate blankets and warm clothing to stay warm.

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