Cold Front, Freezing Temperatures Continue

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest weather across the country.
1:02 | 12/13/16

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Now to the deep freeze alert from California to New York. Ginger is tracking it all and, ginger, I have out my winter coat. I think I need my winter winter coat because this could be the coldest December in a decade. You need your February coat. What you need because that's the type of air we're talking about. 15 to 30 degrees below average. It creates a lot of lake-effect snow, already did in my hometown. That's where pictures are from right now. More than 18 inches in just the last five days and settling in with the windchill advisories and national weather service warning if you're exposed to this type of air, windchills 30 below or less you could see just in 30 minutes frostbite. This is serious. Also the time of year we start to hear about the polar vortex, not a monster but a broad area of low pressure and may feel like it because the jet stream that acts as a fence keeping that cold air in, well that, is diving south and allowing some cold air to come in and by some of that, 25 below the feels like, Nashville, 9, you guys and hits the northeast Friday. Pull up the long Johns. February, yes. Thank you, ginger.

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