Bundle up: It's freezing or below in all 50 states

November 18, 2014

Baby, it's cold outside, no matter what part of the United States you're in.

Temperatures fell to freezing or below at recording stations in all 50 states on Tuesday morning, from the highest elevations in the mountains of Hawaii to the snow-paralyzed Buffalo area in New York.

Jeff Masters is meteorology director at the online site Weather Underground. He says the are January-like instead of what's normal for November. He says it's 15 degrees to 35 degrees below average over a big chunk of the country, thanks to some .

Masters says the weather should start moderating back to what's normal for this time of year by the end of the week.

Explore further: Alaska is warmer than Lower 48

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