On Saturday, most of the East Coast will wake up to brutally cold and dangerous temperatures. The cold snap comes as workers clear snow and ice from roadways after a blizzard clobbered the region on Thursday and Friday. The storm was powered by a rapid drop in barometric pressure that weather forecasters called a bombogenesis, or a “bomb cyclone.” From northern Florida up through New England, people will be under wind chill and freeze warnings throughout the day as temperatures in some parts in the north are expected to drop to -40 F, while parts of the south will be 20 degrees below average.


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