The extreme cold will last throughout the weekend with Sunday being the worse for some areas where it will feel like below zero.
The Tri-State area is in a deep freeze after record setting cold moved in Friday morning.
A bitter blast can be deadly if you’re not careful. Stay inside if you can.
Temps are falling off big time this hour. At the top of our 5 p.m. news, the temp was 25, feeling like 18. An hour later, the temp fell to 22, but it felt like 5.
It’s not easy being outside with the brutal wind gusts pushing the wind chill into the single digits.
The Code Blue procedures make it easier for homeless men and women to get into shelters, but over at Grand Central you’ll find people who want no part of the shelter system.
With freezing temperatures and more snow in the forecast it can be tough to dress for the cold and still look good.
I must sound like broken record! Cold! Cold! Cold! All around the Tri-State, temps are 5-8 degrees colder than normal.
We should top off in the lower 40s today, with a few flurries making their way down to the surface with no accumulation expected.
You’ll definitely wanna bundle up if you’re headed out, because temps took a plunge overnight! We’re in the teens in the city and single digits for some of the suburbs. With a persistent northwest wind, it’ll feel closer to zero as you start your day!
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Happy Friday as they say. You might not have to put the extra three layers on your kids this morning!
Some good news ahead — we get warmer every day this week.
COLD! Yes the cold, below normal temps have returned. The winds are picking up as we speak and they are going to be a nuisance all day. Expect gusts to reach 25-30 mph.
Staying warm in this bitter cold can be a challenge, no matter how long you have to stay outside.