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November 16, 1986

Cold Canadian air kept temperatures in the teens over the northern Plains, but the "Siberian Express" cold wave that broke temperature records and claimed at least 27 lives in 14 states since Nov. 7 blew out to sea. Temperatures rose into the 40s along the East Coast after dropping into the teens two days earlier. "It's getting warmer, but cloudy skies and rain are keeping temperatures from going any higher," said Paul Fike, National Weather Service meteorologist. Rain was scattered from southern New Jersey across eastern Virginia to eastern North Carolina.

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