November 2014 was the coldest November in nearly 15 years in the US and served as a chilly reminder that no area is safe from frigid temperatures: all 50 US states fell below the freezing mark; Buffalo, NY was buried in more than 65 inches of lake effect snow; and parts of Montana experienced temperatures drops of 70 degrees in one night. Arctic temperatures brought on by the polar vortex are expected into 2015. If buildings are not adequately equipped with efficient windows, cold winter temperatures can cause significant damage to the building, even on the interior.
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