Commuters brace frigid cold at South Norwalk train station

Those who had to head to work Monday faced bitter cold temperatures for their commutes.
Local officials urged the public to dress warmly and to avoid spending too much time outside. Those out and about came prepared with scarves, gloves, hats and thick jackets.
Wind chills dropped into the ranges of -10 to -20 degrees, with highs only hitting 10 to 15 degrees by the afternoon.
Some residents taking the train said it's just another day in New England during the winter.