(CNN) -- It's incredibly, extremely, amazingly cold. (Hyperbole? You decide.) As records break and dangers persist, officials and government agencies took to Twitter early Wednesday -- as did people around the country sharing how the cold is affecting them.
Below is a smattering of tweets from officials, CNN meteorologists, CNN affiliates, and more. Want to add yours? Join in here.
If you do go outside, make sure to dress in warm layers and cover any exposed skin. Frostbite is painless and can happen quickly.— CTDESPP/DEMHS (@CTDEMHS) January 22, 2014
Just checked, the current air temperature at the South Pole is -20 F. We're close today.— VT Emergency Mgmt (@vemvt) January 22, 2014
Some more snow: S Weymouth, MA 15.5", Woonsocket RI 10.9", DC zoo 7", Fells Point (Balt) 8", Pike Creek DE 12", ahh it goes on. Any pics?— Bob Van Dillen (@BobVanDillen) January 22, 2014