We have already dealt with a blizzard this week, and now it's time to brace for a deep freeze at the Jersey Shore. So, how cold will it get?

We've barely had enough time to get sore after digging out of the blizzard of 2018 and our attention must immediately turn to the wind and bitter cold that we are anticipating for the next day or two.

So here's what you need to know about the deep freeze that is upon us here at the Jersey Shore according to our Meteorologist Dan Zarrow....

The wind. Winds will be relentless, still gusting up to 40mph today (Friday) and will continue to gust in excess of 30mph tomorrow. The wind will finally back off on Sunday.

The wind chill. The potential numbers are pretty unbelievable, Today it will feel like zero all day. Tonight it will drop to 5 degrees, but the wind will make it feel like 15 below.

The Wind Chill Advisory. It's in effect until noon tomorrow (Saturday)

Daytime temperatures. We will not break 30 degrees for a daytime high until Monday. Despite sunshine today, we will have a high in the teens. It won't be any better tomorrow with a high expected to be only 16 or so. A little relief comes on Sunday with a high of 25.

So it looks like we just have to bundle up and count the minute until next week, when temperatures are expected to return to normal for this time of year.

You can stay up to date on the latest weather by checking out Dan Zarrow's weather blogs.

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