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This Year’s “Witch of November” Reminds People to Think of Winter Energy Costs

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An article released today summarizes extreme weather that hit the Midwest this week, nicknamed “The Witch of November.” Cozy Products reminds people to plan ahead for heating-related energy costs as the cold season begins. The Midwest has been feeling the icy touch of the so-called “Witch of November” storm since Wednesday, including floods around the Great Lakes, tornadoes in Iowa, and blizzards in Minneapolis ( Cozy Products, low-watt heating experts, comments on the story and explains why this storm is the first sign of the season's rapidly approaching winter energy cost hikes. According to Business Insider, so far the storm...

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