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Bitter Cold and Wind to Bring Dangerous Below Zero Wind Chills Tonight

Low pressure will rapidly intensify in the Guld of Maine tonight causing the wind to increase from the west-northwest in gusts from 35-40 mph driving a bitterly cold air mass into the region.  Temperatures will plunge to near or below zero with wind chills later tonight through Saturday morning dropping to a range of -15 to -25 at times.  Dress appropriately for the cold wearing layers, a hat and gloves and covering exposed skin surfaces to reduce the chance for frost bite which can set develop in as little at 15-20 minutes on exposed skin surfaces. Pets should be brought in - if you're cold they are too.

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May 13, 1971: A Time of Transition - Big Rig Drivers

Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 09:17 PM EDT
To mark WRGB's 85th Anniversary, we're taking a look back at some of the stories we've covered through the years. On May 13, 1971, former CBS6 reporter Dick Beach went to East Coast Schools in Schodack landing where drivers learned how to handle a big rig, which was a big deal in the 70's, especially for these two big-rig-hopefuls.
May 13, 1971: A Time of Transition - Big Rig Drivers


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