TODAY   |  January 04, 2014

Northeast, Midwest to remain chilly after snowstorm

Brutally cold temperatures with an accompanying wind chill are expected to continue in regions across the U.S., with lows in the minus teens and minus 20s in parts of the Midwest. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports.

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>> it is very cold.

>>> it is going to stay cold, especially across parts of the northeast today and then through the midwest as we go into the next couple of days. high temperatures, talking about that. look at the lows. tomorrow morning 19 degrees below zero in minneapolis even colder with the windchill. then by the time we get into monday, 25 degrees below zero in minneapolis. new york city monday morning it's 43 degrees. so that warm air is moving into the east coast . and then tuesday morning, we are waking up to temperatures at around 8 in new york and 6 in washington, d.c. even atlanta, georgia, 6 degrees by the time we get into tuesday morning. and then your windchills will be about 40 to almost 50 degrees below zero across the upper midwest . it's going to feel like 13 below in atlanta. so i recommend finding a jacket store at some point between now and