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Saturday: Wind chill threat persists; overnight shelter in Bellingham extended

Cold air continues to grip Whatcom County

Snow-covered Canadian mountains are visible beyond downtown Bellingham as clouds cover most of the town.
Snow-covered Canadian mountains are visible beyond downtown Bellingham Friday, Jan. 12, as steam rises from the Puget Sound Energy Ecogen Generating Station. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Temperatures remained bitterly cold on Saturday morning, Jan. 13, after an arctic front swept throug

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