BOSTON (AP) - East Coast residents are bracing for a deep freeze a day after a winter storm dumped as much as 18 inches of snow and unleashed bitter cold, hurricane-force winds and historic coastal flooding from the Carolinas to Maine.
Forecasters say Friday will bring a blast of record-breaking cold air and bitter winds that could make it feel as low as minus 15 degrees throughout much of the Northeast this weekend.
National Weather Service meteorologist Brian Hurley says mid-Atlantic states can expect temperatures in the teens while the Northeast's coastal areas will see temperatures in the single digits.
He says the South won't be spared the cold weather, either.
The frigid temperatures should persist through Sunday, when the Northeast residents will feel potentially record-breaking cold.