An extremely cold arctic airmass set 67 new record temperature lows from Minnesota to Virginia, including 10 cities that recorded their lowest temperatures ever. The following cities set all-time record lows: Indianapolis, Indiana (27 below), Akron, Ohio, Clarksburg, West Virginia, and Zanesville, Ohio (25 below), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Louisville, Kentucky, Columbus, Ohio, and Youngstown, Ohio (22 below), Cleveland, Ohio (20 below), and Erie, Pennsylvania (18 below). The mercury plunged to 36 below zero at New Whiteland, Indiana to set a new record low temperature for the state. A low of 52 degrees below zero was reported at Amasa, Michigan -- the state's coldest temperature on record. -Intense lake effect snowsqualls continued in the lee of Lake Ontario. Parish, New York reported 42 inches of new snow accompanied by several hours of lightning and thunder.