Cold blast in the East

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest temperatures and conditions along the East coast where wind chills could drop below freezing in Miami.
0:51 | 01/21/20

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Now to the blast of winter weather up and down the east coast, windchills could drop below freezing in Miami and ginger has all the latest. Good morning, ginger. Hey, good morning to you, Michael. It's a good thing the super bowl not taking place right now. That's what we're all saying and sharing the air because one of the coldest mornings from the midwest where you see lake-effect snow it caused in Cleveland. Four to six inches all the way down into the southeast. The frigid temperatures are on. Not just this morning but get even worse tomorrow morning. You see those numbers. It'll feel like 12 in Knoxville, 13 Raleigh. Look at Orlando, 21. Naples, 27. Yes, those are windchill advise is all the way to the Florida peninsula. The southern end there. Temperature in Miami if it reaches 44, that's the coldest in two years. The windchill will be subfreezing. If it gets down to 42 we'd tie the cold evidence in five years so a lot of cold. There sure is. We turn to those growing

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