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Arctic blast continues to bring icy cold and snowy weather to much of the nation

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A blast of winter weather wiped hundreds of flights off the boards Monday after causing dozens of wrecks, including one that tangled up about 50 cars, on snowy and icy roads in the Northeast.

Major cities along the East Coast faced a tough commute to start the workweek, and they were in for a second round of winter weather on Tuesday.

Forecasters said that Washington could get 3 to 5 inches of snow, Philadelphia 1 to 3 inches and New York at least an inch.

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KTIV Meteorologist Ben Dorenbach says bitterly cold wind chills are expected to start off the work week Monday morning.

The Advisory will expire at noon Monday, but temperatures will remain cold near 10 degrees.

Remember to bundle up!

Watch Ben on News 4 at Noon for the latest weather information.
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