Chicago River An icebreaker tug boat travels through the Chicago River. (Photo: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg)

The alarming incursion of Arctic air this week betrays a difficult-to-perceive change in how U.S. winters unfold: It's this cold much less often, which makes the freeze bite much more deeply.

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