Chill warnings in place across Northeast as brutally cold weather lingers

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Chill warnings are in place for parts of the Northeast, as temperatures are expected to continue to fall over the weekend to dangerous lows. In states like New York, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Vermont, and Maine, wind chills could make it feel as cold as minus 20 degrees, The Associated Press reports. But that pales in comparison to what's happening in New Hampshire, where Mount Washington could experience wind chills of minus 100 degrees.

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The brutal cold comes after a winter storm brought snow, wind, and flooding to the region Thursday, closing schools and disrupting travel for thousands. The coldest temperatures are expected to hit Sunday morning, but the deep freeze is forecast to ease up next week.

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