From Snow Into A dangerous Deep Freeze

Throughout most of our listening area we have seen somewhere in the neighborhood of between two and five inches of snow.

Roads in many locations are on the slippery side. And we are expecting a stray snow shower or snow squall this afternoon.

It is a storm that has forced many schools to operate with two hour delays. Only Greenfield Public Schools are closed.

Meantime, bitter cold temperatures are expected to arrive across the state tonight. 

The National Weather Service says wind chills are expected to make it feel like ten below zero into tomorrow morning. 

The coldest temperatures are expected in the western part of the state, where the wind chills will approach 25 below zero. 

The experts say any exposure to this type of cold for over 15 or 20 minutes brings the risk of hypothermia and frostbite.

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