Paulo Huttner

Minnesota Public Radio

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Chief Meteorologist for Minnesota Public Radio and editor of its Updraft blog, covering weather and its underlying science

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An evocatively named cold front is slamming much of the nation today, causing record-breaking dangerous temperatures in states from Montana to Alabama.

A 'Polar Vortex' Brings Misery to Much of the US

An evocatively named cold front is slamming much of the nation today, causing record-breaking dangerous temperatures in states from Montana to Alabama.

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