Officials say the cold is more than just dangerous, it can be deadly, with nine deaths reported in the area over the past few weeks.
With wind chills in the minus-teens, anyone who is exposed to these frigid conditions risks developing frostbite or hypothermia.
Bitter cold, snow and ice mean an increase in car crashes, falls, back injuries and occasionally heart attack from shoveling.
It’s extremely important that you keep your pets, both dogs and cats, indoors in cold weather, regardless of age, size or breed.
A 93-year-old Lehigh County man died from hypothermia after losing power during superstorm Sandy, according to authorities.
A 65-year-old man whose kayak overturned near the entrance of the Delaware Bay was rescued by the Coast Guard on Sunday evening.
New Castle County police officers rescued a man suffering from hypothermia after he drove off a road in Ogletown and was trapped in a retention pond.
Philadelphia and neighboring counties have declared a code blue in the face of these frigid temperatures.