The extreme freeze continues to hit the large part of United States.
In fact, authorities confirmed at least eight casualties due to the abnormal temperature in various states of America.
At least eight people have died in the US Midwest as the region shivers in the grip of its worst cold snap in decades.
An Iowa student found dead outside a college building is among victims of the deadly freeze.
Hospitals have been treating patients reporting frostbite as life across a swathe of the nation grinds to a halt.
The iciest blasts may still come on Thursday. Ninety million people – a third of the US – have seen temperatures of -17 (0F) or below.
BBC reported that some 250 million Americans overall have experienced the “polar vortex” conditions, but southern states such as Florida have escaped the brutal chill.
Meanwhile, meteorologists has issued forecasts in the US’s third largest city of Chicago that it would break its own record in 1985 which experienced -32 F temperature.