By NBC News
February 18, 2015

Hundreds of thousands across the Southeast were still without power Tuesday evening, and with another deep freeze arriving Wednesday, utility crews were in for a long week.

Already iced over by the rare winter storm, much of the region won’t even get back to freezing before the next bitter blast blows in Wednesday night and Thursday morning, pushing low temperatures below zero in parts of Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina, The Weather Channel said.

In Nashville, Tennessee, the forecast low for Thursday morning is 2 below zero. That would be the latest in the year that Nashville has been at zero or below in the 144 years that records have been kept there…

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