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With sub-zero temps, people and animals need special attention

January 4, 2014
By DEVIN BEZEREDI - Salineville Reporter (dbezeredi@reviewonline.com) , The Review

EAST LIVERPOOL- Temperatures in the Tri-State area are forecasted to sink to a bone-chilling negative 17 degrees by Monday of next week, followed by a slightly less brutal low of negative 3 on Tuesday. When temperatures get that cold, being outside in the elements for too long is dangerous for people and animals alike. The National Weather Service reported eight cold-related deaths in 2012, down from 29 in 2011.

 
 

 

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