East and South See Bitter Cold Temperatures 1/7/14
INDIANAPOLIS - If misery loves company, residents of the Midwest who've endured temperatures in the negative double-digits should be happier today.
The coldest weather seen in decades has moved into the South and East, with Atlanta seeing a reading of eight degrees.
In the Florida Gulf Coast city of Pensacola, a woman who was waiting for a bus this morning in temperatures below 20 degrees said she couldn't ever remember it being so cold.
The Midwest and the East today are colder than much of Antarctica.
But a heat wave, of sorts, will start moving in tomorrow -- when the thermometer in Indianapolis should reach 27 degrees. Other cities in the Midwest could climb above freezing later in the week.