- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 14, 2016

WATERBURY, Vermont (AP) - The National Weather Service says wind chills in parts of Vermont could go as low as 35-below zero through Friday.

State public safety officials say the watch is in effect for central and northeast Vermont starting Thursday afternoon.

The temperatures have the potential to pose a danger to health and property, and residents are being urged to take precautions against hypothermia and frostbite.

Residents are being asked to limit their time outdoors Thursday and Friday, dress warmly, and stay dry.



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