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Cold snap felt across Rockies, Midwest

Jackknifed Semi Truck on I-90
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A jackknifed semi truck blocks a portion of the Seventh Avenue westbound on-ramp to Interstate 90 on Tuesday, Dec. 3, in Bozeman. The cause of the accident is under investigation. Officials are warning motorists to take extra caution on slippery roads and highways as a winter storm is expected to continue to hover over the region, dipping temperatures into negative digits.

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Cold snap felt across Rockies, Midwest
James Woodcock

In this photo taken on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, a woman walks the trails in Riverfront Park in Billings, Mont., after an early-December storm dropped heavy snow. (AP Photo/The BIllings Gazette, James Woodcock)

Cold snap felt across Rockies, Midwest
Casey Page

In this photo taken on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, Kirby runs ahead of owner Gigi Meinhardt as they walk down a snowy sidewalk in Billings, Mont., after an early-December storm dropped heavy snow. (AP Photo/The BIllings Gazette, Casey Page)

Cold snap felt across Rockies, Midwest
Bob Zellar

In this photo taken on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, Walter Bomar clears the sidewalk in Billings, Mont., after an early-December storm dropped heavy snow. (AP Photo/The BIllings Gazette, Bob Zellar)

Cold snap felt across Rockies, Midwest
Lindsay Brown

In this photo taken on Tuesday, Dec 3, 2013, a snow-covered cow munches on grass in Beaver Creek Park south of Havre, Mont. A wintry storm pushing through the Rockies and Midwest is bringing bitterly cold temperatures and treacherous driving conditions. (AP Photo/Havre Daily News, Lindsay Brown)


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HELENA (AP) — A wintry storm pushing through the Rockies and Midwest is bringing bitterly cold temperatures and treacherous driving conditions blamed in at least six deaths as it threatens crops as far south as California.

The wind chill could drop to 30 degrees below zero in parts of Montana Wednesday while wind chills of minus 20 have already been recorded in the Nebraska Panhandle. Low temperatures in the Denver area were expected to drop below zero over the next several days.

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