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Deep freeze hits Capital Region overnight

The thermometer outside the Trustco Bank branch on Clifton Country Road in Clifton Park at 8 a.m. today.
The thermometer outside the Trustco Bank branch on Clifton Country Road in Clifton Park at 8 a.m. today.
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Temperatures dove well below zero overnight, with northern New York seeing some of the coldest temperatures in the country. The mercury dipped to 6 below at the Albany Airport and 10 below in Glens Falls, according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Hugh Johnson. Farther north, Saranac shivered at 30 below and Watertown at minus 33. The cold is here to stay for a while, Johnson said. A clipper system is expected to pass through the ...


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