Baby, It’s Cold Outside — But How Cold Is It Going To Get?

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In this satellite handout image provided by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), shows the entry of a large area of low pressure, from the Polar Vortex, into the Northern U.S. January 6, 2014. The weather system is bringing dangerously cold temperatures not seen in half of the continental United States in about 20 years. It is expected to move northward back over Canada toward the end of the week. NOAA via Getty Images
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In this satellite handout image provided by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), shows the entry of a large area of low pressure, from the Polar Vortex, into the Northern U.S. January 6, 2014. The weather system is bringing dangerously cold temperatures not seen in half of the continental United States in about 20 years. It is expected to move northward back over Canada toward the end of the week. NOAA via Getty Images

Baby, It’s Cold Outside — But How Cold Is It Going To Get?

Are you finally feeling that winter chill in the air? Monday brought us some sunny weather in the 60s but then temperatures dropped more than 30 degrees this week, prompting folks to dig in their closets for those heavy-duty boots and gloves. 

Back so soon, winter? 

Morning Shift sits down with Jon Davis, Chief Meteorologist at Riskpulse, a risk analytics company, to tell us what to expect this winter season.