Bitter cold to continue across the US

ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano tracks the latest forecast as winter weather wreaks havoc across the country.
0:56 | 12/28/17

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ABC news senior meteorologist rob Marciano grabbed. Is there any relief in sight from this bitter called no no it's going to be there were some sort of say it's going to be a long duration event they've already had a long duration amenity. A near Minneapolis me out calls there single digit highs the last few days it's freezing the rivers and and the rapids there and we have wind chill warnings and watches across much of the northeast say is as dangerous stuff over the next few days. This morning check out some of these at numbers fifteen below and nabbed in Binghamton. Fourteen below in and Boston zero right now it's. Three here in New York some having to be inside but going forward towards New Year's we're looking in another surge of cold air coming in the deep freeze for pretty much the entire northeastern third if not how. A country and by the time a ball drops her New York the eleven degrees with a windchill of minus four that could be the coldest since 1962. U all of them act this. Not looking so happy about it rob please. You know I really urge you don't want your man long duration event that doesn't have a smile he does thank you wrap.

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