Snow flurries were reported as far south as Jacksonville, Florida.'It's the face, it's like being hit with a sheet of ice,' Bart Adlam, 40, president of U. yogurt supplier siggi's, said as he rode a bike through Times Square on his way to work at 8am in New York.It also features a number of circular formations of ice - which Mr Nowicki dubs 'ice pancakes' - on the shore Frozen over: Donning sturdy boots and warm clothing, Mr Nowicki trekked along the icy shore of Lake Michigan on Thursday morning to take the beautiful photos.Above, a close-up shot of the historic St Joseph Lighthouse, which is surrounded by mist and covered in ice It comes as a deadly arctic blast is continuing to wreak havoc across the US, with lake-effect snow expected to dump up to five feet of snow on parts of New York state this weekend.
A day earlier, train rails cracked by the cold had caused severe delays for commuters in Washington, D.Even sledding hills around Chicago and ice-skating rinks in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, were shut down because of risk of wind chill, while Maine's Sugarloaf Mountain closed ski trails because of 'Arctic conditions.'Nine trucks, several of them tractor-trailers, and nine cars were involved in the crash on Wednesday afternoon on Interstate 80 in Clarion Township, state police said.At least one of the trucks was carrying hazardous material, but no leaks were found.One Twitter user wrote that he loves being told to avoid lines that have delays, adding, 'OK, I'll just move my house and job for the day.' The coldest place in the country on Thursday was recorded to be Estcourt Station, the northernmost point in Maine, with temperatures of minus 38 degrees F (minus 39 C), meteorologist Dan Petersen of the National Weather Service said.Records were broken from Montpelier, Vermont, at minus 20 F (minus 29 C), to Jackson, Kentucky, with minus 1 F (minus 18 C), he said.