BOSTON — Temperatures in Massachusetts are dropping into the single digits and teens, and with the wind chill it will feel even colder.
The National Weather Service says it’s not expected to get above 17 degrees in Boston, with the wind chill making it feel five below.
It’s going to be even colder in central and western reaches of the state, with the temperature in the mid-teens in Worcester, with wind gusts up to 30 miles per hour making it feel even colder.
Wind chills in the Berkshires could make it feel 22 below zero.
The good news is it’s sunny and there’s no significant snowfall expected in the next couple of days.