Bitter cold to continue into New Year

ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano tracks the latest weather across the country as people prepare to ring in 2018.
1:00 | 12/27/17

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And the weather is brutal heading into the new year for more let's check in with our senior meteorologist rob Marciano rob good morning good morning Pauly I'm afraid mind over matter may not work when it's back called -- the snow bands coming off Lake Erie Cleveland 990 up through -- you'll drive if you that's not easy and miss north and east of Syracuse Tug hill plateau. Carolyn see is the National Weather Service observer says fourteen theaters fallen there. This season alone and over fifty inches in the last couple days over twenty states number windchill advisories the pink Gary's wind chill warnings that's dangerous cold coming check this out. He Chicago this morning minus thirteen is what it feels like. Nearly minus twenty in Minneapolis. We've got near freezing air down around the Atlanta area with some precipitous or maybe some slick roads with some sleet mixing it meant tomorrow morning's gonna feel like below thirteen degrees below zero and and Binghamton. And fourteen below in Boston minus two here in New York City five in Philly in six in DC that is brutal stuff later up bundle up and deal when it mind over matter if it helps Dan gore uses as a rationale for couch time Robert thank you.

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