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Much of the country was in a deep freeze Monday morning, and Cumberland County was the coldest it had been in 11 years. The high was in the single digits and windchill readings were expected to reach well below zero. The forecast promised more of the same for Tuesday, with a high of 13 and a low of 8. The area may begin to thaw on Wednesday, when partly sunny skies and a high of 35 is expected.

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