Bitter cold temperatures and wind chills have descended on the region, and it’s expected to stay cold through the weekend.
Some schools decided to open late this morning to keep students out of the cold.
Wind chill advisories are in effect through much of the state through Wednesday night.
Most locations in the north won’t see temperatures above zero today.
The National Weather Service says unofficial wind chill temperatures last night reached 30 below in Island Pond and 25 below in Burlington.
At least one New Hampshire ski resort is closed for now because of the bitter cold temperatures and wind chill warnings.
Wildcat Mountain in New Hampshire’s White Mountains region is closed for skiing Wednesday and Thursday. The resort says the weather will create unsafe conditions for guests and employees. The resort was expecting to reopen Friday.