Arctic air blast brings temps of 50 below to New England

Julia Bayly
Bangor Daily News

FORT KENT, Maine — An arctic blast from Canada is bringing brutally frigid air and wind chills expected to dip to 50 below zero to northern New England, prompting officials to warn residents to take precautions against the cold.

The National Weather Service in Caribou issued a statewide wind chill warning Sunday night effective through Monday.

Bitterly cold air will remain over northern Maine through Monday night, forcing temperatures down below zero with negative double-digit wind chill values.

“This is the coldest air we’ve had in about two years,” said Michael Hill, a weather service meteorologist in Caribou.

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