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Dangerously Cold Temperatures Persist In Michigan

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) - Dangerously cold wind chill temperatures are persisting in Michigan despite readings that have risen slightly after a deep freeze earlier in the week.

The National Weather Service reports readings on Wednesday morning of 3 degrees below zero in Ann Arbor and Pontiac. Elsewhere in the state, temperatures rose to at least 11 degrees in Bellaire, Muskegon and South Haven. It was around zero in Detroit.

Winds continue to make it seem much colder, however. The weather service says it feels like temperatures are 15 to 30 degrees below zero.

Many schools are closed for another day Wednesday, although some that shut down Tuesday were holding classes. On Tuesday, temperatures dropped to record-breaking lows. Slick roads and weather conditions contributed to crashes that killed four people over the past several days.

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