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Massive Cold Snap Hits Shenandoah Valley

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Posted: January 7, 2014

John Powell of Woodstock passes time while escaping the cold at the First Presbyterian Church in Harrisonburg on Monday. Open Doors, the rotating shelter formerly known as HARTS, was set up at the church offering people a chance to get out of the near-record lows and brutal wind chills that have settled over much of the nation. (Photos by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
First Presbyterian Church associate pastor Kyle Key bags up popcorn for people seeking shelter from the cold at Open Doors on Monday. The rotating shelter is located at the city church this week.

HARRISONBURG — A sentiment that Old Man Winter needs to chill out grew this week as a massive cold snap slapped much of the U.S. with dangerous subzero temperatures.

Wind chill advisories and…



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