Outdoor workers bundle up in freezing temperatures

As the temperatures outside drop, workers who must be outdoors are bundling up to stay warm in southwestern Connecticut.

Experts recommend residents stay inside. However, those who are forced to be in the outdoors are dressing in layers. Delivery personnel, police officers and postal workers are doing their best to brave the frigid temperatures.

Meanwhile, workers at the Splash Car Wash in Fairfield say they try to move as quickly as possible to keep warm.

Meteorologists say the temperatures are expected to warm up by the weekend.

Related Information:Doctorswarn of health conditions in extreme tempsNews12 Connecticut Weather

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