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    Ice floats in the Hudson River in Lower Manhattan with Jersery City, N.J., visible across the river, Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018, as bitterly cold temperatures continued through the weekend in New York

    "Cyclone Bomb" Grips US East Coast (PHOTO, VIDEO)

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    The "cyclone bomb" of bad weather, snow and frost, which hit the northeastern US, has created chaos in the nation's largest airports.

    A wave of icy Arctic air covered the eastern coast of the United States on Saturday after a powerful storm that raged this week, affecting all eastern and central states, from Houston to Boston.

    A warning about the intensification of wind and frost has been received by all coastal states from Florida to New England.

    READ MORE: Aeroflot Announces Passengers Unable to Depart From US Since January 4

    Cities are stepping up efforts to provide homeless people with proper heating in shelters.

    In many parts of the eastern United States, the temperature fell below minus 18 degrees Celsius, in cold places of the country — minus 39 degrees.

    ​Coincé à New York #Snow #storm pic.twitter.com/DvTAmU7g0L

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