Photos: Top ten signs a cold snap has lasted too long

Today, we should finally start getting out of the deep freeze: The high temperature is expected to be in the twenties, which sounds downright steamy compared to the -15 degrees of a few days ago. Still, the unseasonably low temps have stuck around for the better part of a week, and we've been seeing unmistakable indications that the cold stretch has overstayed its welcome. Have you noticed them, too? Look below to check out our top ten signs a cold snap has lasted too long.
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