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January 24, 2003 Cold Weather

Very cold temperatures gave West Virginians reason to stay inside Thursday and Friday, when temperatures dropped to 9 degrees (F) in Charleston overnight.

The temperature was 13 degrees (F) at 10:30AM Friday, January 24 as this tugboat shoved barges east through ice on the rarely-frozen Kanawha River in Charleston. The river's surface would refreeze less than an hour later. View is looking west from the Patrick Street Bridge. [ Video Clip ]

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