GRAPHIC: Negative Territory: How Chicago’s Monday Low Temp. Compares

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Chicago and other midwestern cities were among some of the only populated areas on earth reporting sub-zero temperatures Monday. Use the map below to see other cities and surrounding areas with populations of at least 100,000 reporting negative fahrenheit temperatures Monday:

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SOURCES: National Weather Service, Canadian Meteorological Center, World Meteorological Organization, The Weather Channel

And a look at how Chicago’s low compares to historic U.S. lows:

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