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Bitter cold temperatures keep Tristate on ice

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Bitter cold Arctic air is keeping the Tristate region on ice.

Morning lows in the single digits were not expected to rise above the lower 20s on Thursday.

Temperatures will combine with the wind chill to make it feel much below zero.

The National Weather Service says there's a slight chance of snow showers in the afternoon with more snow over the weekend.

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