By SARA VAN HOORNMANEN, AP Winter is finally here and the cold and wind chill are not just affecting people in the North but everywhere.

It’s been a brutal winter and temperatures have dropped across much of the country, including in the Midwest.

“We are seeing the worst weather in many parts of the United States, including parts of Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota, where temperatures have been well below normal for much of this winter,” the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.

The U.N. has been working hard to find ways to combat the cold weather and have been reaching out to states to try to reduce air pollution and help people adapt.

And the Trump administration announced Monday it will fund research into ways to better manage air pollution.

The EPA is also investigating ways to protect people from heat-related illnesses, the White House said.

While the U-S.

is facing its coldest winter in more than 50 years, many Americans aren’t getting the cold as much as they should.

People living in the South and the Midwest and those in the Northeast are getting a lot of the cold but that is still only the start of the problem, the U,S.

Environmental Protection Agency said.

In New York City, for example, the mercury has hit 50 below zero, according to the city’s air quality monitoring site.

The city is also experiencing some of the worst snowfall in a decade, according the city department of environmental health and environmental safety.

A group of researchers at Penn State University and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln found in a new study that in some parts of North America, people living in cold regions were getting up to twice as much air pollution as people living near the equator.

In many parts, the air pollution was so bad that the mercury reached a record low of just 0.02 degrees Celsius.

The researchers found that the air pollutants were so toxic that it had a significant impact on human health.

The pollutants were measured using a new technique that could be used to quantify air pollution in the Arctic.

In the North, the study found that residents in Alaska, North Dakota, Montana, Montana and Wyoming had the highest mercury levels of any region.

They also had the lowest levels of ozone, particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide.

The mercury readings were similar to those in other parts of Europe, the report said.

In California, residents living in Los Angeles and San Francisco had the most mercury, with the mercury reaching 0.22 degrees Celsius, the highest measured.

That was higher than the mercury readings for the North and Northeast.

In New England, residents in New Hampshire had the third highest mercury, at 0.17 degrees Celsius above average, according a state analysis.

California has been struggling with a massive drought and a lack of drinking water, and the air quality readings are a big reason why.

In New England states, there are more ozone, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide than any other state.

In South Carolina, the state has the highest level of ozone in the nation, with 1.3 million tons of the pollutant in the air, the Environmental Protection Board said.

That is a record high.

Residents in Florida have the most particulate pollution in America, with a daily average of 13.6 micrograms per cubic meter.

That’s higher than any state except New York, which has the lowest level.

The EPA has a list of ways to deal with air pollution that includes setting up air-quality zones, increasing air-pollution limits and developing stricter rules.