(WHDH) — Dangerous wind chills are continuing to take hold of Massachusetts.
Several cities throughout Massachusetts had record breaking cold this week, and the frigid air is here to stay into the middle of next week.
Residents can also expect snowfall Saturday night. The majority of the state will see a coating to an inch, while southeastern Massachusetts will see one to three inches of snow. The Cape and the Islands could see three to five inches of snow.
Massachusetts State Police are reminding drivers to slow down due to the slick road conditions. State Police have also reduced the speed limit to 40 mph on the Mass Pike between the NY border to Exit-6 in Chicopee, MA.
A winter weather advisory was issued for the Islands Saturday from noon until 1 a.m. Sunday. Wind chills on Sunday in the Boston area are expected to be between 0 and -10.
First Night Boston celebrations are still on Sunday. Temperatures will be very cold and those planning to attend are urged to bundle up.
The record low in Boston on New Year’s Eve is -3 degrees. This year, the temperature is expected to be closer to -1 degrees.
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