Posters and Puzzles
This was taken during Polar Vortex, I believe it was -54 Fahrenheit that day. I almost I broke my camera from being so cold that day.
The polar vortex is a low pressure area—a wide expanse of swirling cold air—that is parked in polar regions. During winter, the polar vortex at the North Pole expands, sending cold air southward. This happens fairly regularly and is often associated with outbreaks of cold temperatures in the United States.