新疆天脉游戏Brutally cold conditions set to envelop East Coast most of this weekendBrutally cold conditions set to envelop East Coast most of this weekend MONTPELIER, Vt. -- Brutally cold conditions that have gripped the East Coast will last most of the weekend, prompting wind chill warnings from Virginia to Vermont. Temperatures were in the single digits from Philadelphia to Boston on Saturday morning and expected to fall closer to zero Saturday night, with wind chills making it feel like minus 10 degrees to minus 20 degrees. In Burlington, Vermont, the temperature was minus 1 Saturday morning, with a wind chill of minus 30. It was 8 degrees in Philadelphia and New York City, with wind chills ranging from minus 9 to minus 11. Brutal cold follows massive storm -- live updatesEven more temperate locations wont escape the cold, with the mercury dipping into the single digits in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., during the weekend -- about 20 degrees below normal for this time of year. The blast of cold air, which comes just days after a storm dumped as much as 20 inches of snow in some places, could bring the feeling of real jaw-clenching temperatures to people living further north. Frozen iguanas falling from trees during cold snap in FloridaThe National Weather Service said Friday that temperatures in the Berkshire mountains in western Massachusetts could seem like a frosty minus 35 degrees, parts of New Hampshire and Maine could experience minus 45, and Vermonts mountain regions could feel like minus 50 degrees."Its definitely cold and the type of bone-chilling cold that happens every few years," said Dan Hofmann, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Baltimore. He added that the last time such extreme cold occurred was in February 2015. The weather service issued wind chill warnings for various days this weekend for parts of Vermont, New York, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Maine and New Hampshire. These locations, however, will have nothing on the White Mountains in New Hampshire. The Mount Washington Observatory, on its website, predicted the mountains highest summits could see wind chills of minus 100 degrees into Saturday. On Friday, Boston woke up to the weather equivalent of a bad hangover after a wild and wintry 24 hours. With temperatures plunging into the teens, tough New Englanders moved around in clouds of breath vapor, doing the slick-sidewalk shuffle.CBS News Don Dahler found Stephanie Cummings digging out her car. When asked if she said if was ready for spring, she said "not quite yet."In Chicago, Friday marked the 11th-straight day of high temperatures below 20 degrees, and Saturday could be the 12th. Fast forward to early next week, though, and more seasonable weather is expected to return with temperatures in the high 30s and near 40s.