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Freezing temperatures, broken water pipes and a natural gas shortage have led school districts across Southern Arizona to cancel Friday's classes at dozens of schools. Read more»

Cutting winds didn't make Tucson's record low overnight temperature of 18 degrees feel any warmer. Thursday morning's low, recorded at Tucson International Airport, broke the previous record of 21 degrees set in 1910. Read more» 2

Freezing temperatures shut down some Tucson Water pumps overnight, leaving over 1,000 homes and business without water service, a spokesman said. Read more»