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Despite subzero wind chill temperatures, from left, Josh Anderson, 12, Jake Anderson, 14, and Marshal McGovern, 13, all of Sioux Falls, set up a portable fish house before doing some ice fishing at Family Park in Sioux Falls on Sunday. Monday’s temperatures in Sioux Falls are expected to see an expected high of minus 13 degrees and wind chills possibly dipping below minus 40, according to the National Weather Service. (AP photo)

Frostbite, hypothermia real dangers in freezing temps

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By Carson Walker

SIOUX FALLS — Bitterly cold temperatures blowing into the Midwest and Northeast in the coming days are likely to set records, disrupt schools along with airports and endanger those who go outside without the proper clothing.

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