10 coldest cities in the United States

Barrow, Alaska: The northernmost city in the United States, Barrow experiences extremely cold temperatures, especially in the winter.

Fairbanks, Alaska: Located in interior Alaska, Fairbanks sees sub-zero temperatures during the winter months.

International Falls, Minnesota: Known as the "Icebox of the Nation," this city experiences bitterly cold winters with temperatures well below freezing.

Duluth, Minnesota: Situated on the shores of Lake Superior, Duluth is known for its cold, snowy winters.

 Fargo, North Dakota: Fargo experiences frigid temperatures in the winter, with snow and ice being common.

 Grand Forks, North Dakota: Another North Dakota city known for its chilly winters, with temperatures often dropping below freezing.

 Bismarck, North Dakota: The capital city of North Dakota also has very cold winters, particularly in January and February.

Caribou, Maine: Caribou, located in the northeastern part of the U.S., sees some of the country's coldest temperatures during the winter.