Residents cope as deep freeze grips Westchester
Residents throughout Westchester are bundling up to deal with the deep chill that gripped the region Friday.
The temperature in the county is about 20 degrees, but the wind chill is making it feel much colder. For those working outside, wearing layers is key to braving the extreme cold and wind. Construction workers and police officers directing traffic in White Plains had to face the cold head on. They say they learned the best way to cope with the weather is to bundle up.
While many residents kept moving to keep warm, others sought refuge in stores or coffee shops. Many took relief in the fact that the extreme cold is not expected to last past Friday.