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Damien, 5, center, runs ahead of his siblings, Adreanna, 4, left, and Alex, 8, right, while they head to visit their father with their mother, Nikie Cressey, of downtown Toledo, in Oregon.

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Toledoan Jonathon Bradish protects his face from the extreme cold as he waits for a bus on Summit Street in Downtown Toledo. He was heading to West Toledo for a doctor appointment.

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East Toledo resident Casey Payne braves the cold weather and wind on his way back home from the grocery store.

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Geese hunker down against the wind in a field in Erie Township, Mich.

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Weston, Ohio resident Paul Lopez escapes the cold inside the warm and humid butterfly exhibit at the Great Hall in the Museum of Science at the Toledo Zoo in Toledo. He complained that his wife's idea of a date was going to the zoo in -25 degree wind chill, but didn't mind the butterfly exhibit.

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Vehicle technician Bert Gilbert charges weak or dead TPS bus batteries caused by cold weather at the Toledo Public Schools Transportation Services Department on Hill Avenue.

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Reeds on the shore of North Maumee Bay in Erie Township, Mich., are whipped back and forth by the wind.

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Damien Cressey, 5, tucks his face into his jacket while walking outside with his mother in Oregon.

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Gusts of snow fly through the air at Collins Park in East Toledo.

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Snow blows across Riverside Drive in the Marina District.

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Gusts of wind send snow flying through the air as it drifts across Collins Park Ave. in East Toledo.

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Henryk Kress, Perrysburg, hooks up jumper cables to his friend's car after the battery in his own car died, Friday. Kress, and fellow University of Toledo student Andrew Thomas, Lambertville, were jumping Kress's car after it died on campus.

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Toledo postal worker Jemael Smith bundled up to deliver mail to South Toledoans on South Street in Toledo. He said "it's cold but there's not much you can do about it."

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A sign stands at the Luna Pier Auto Wash says it is closed Friday due to cold weather.

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Henryk Kress, Perrysburg, left, watches as Andrew Thomas, Lambertville, unhooks jumper cables from his car after the battery in Kress's car died,

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Vehicle technician Bert Gilbert charges weak or dead TPS bus batteries caused by cold weather at the Toledo Public Schools Transportation Services Department on Hill Avenue.

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Vehicle technician Bert Gilbert charges weak or dead TPS bus batteries caused by cold weather at the Toledo Public Schools Transportation Services Department on Hill Avenue.

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Daniel Saunders, 27, braves the cold to ride his bike to work on North Summit Street near Albany.

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