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"The Verizon bridge, I'm Kara develop gore next. Report at ten fifty one on ten ten wins. News time ten forty two. Parts of midtown shutdown is workers tried to stabilize an outdoor construction elevator dangling from a building. The elevator apparently broke loose from a building under construction at one eleven west fifty seventh street police tell ten ten wins. The elevator partially broke free and shattered some glass that rain down onto the street. No one was hurt. Stay with ten ten wins for the latest on this developing story. Well, we have a cold windy night. Hopefully, it's the last one that's really bad for a little bit. Anyway, let's bring an accurate. This Carl babinski Carl. Now fall that fighting wind has not subsided yet and it is in the teens. But it feels like it's in the teens below zero more like thirteen below as of this ten o'clock hour, and we are expecting a low of eight degrees. They'll thirteen right now, the temperatures real feel temperatures obviously below zero all night long and tomorrow, the wind should subside. It'll still be cold, but not as harsh with highs in the upper twenties in temperatures will be high enough Wednesday to support rain, but as it arrives by early in the afternoon in some suburbs could freeze on some surfaces or Mitch would sleep at the onset. But basically looks like a very mild surge will promote rain here Wednesday night and even Thursday when our high will be near fifty all this Carl babinski thousands are without heat in some Nitra buildings including the Sotomayor your houses in the Bronx. No heat. No hot water. Coast guard had to rescue a duck hunter who was stranded on a small island off the jersey shore. He's okay. But actually weather service has issued a blizzard warning for parts of Colorado tonight and winter storm warnings for parts of Wyoming and Utah. While many people are able to stay indoors in this kind of weather. Some people have to work outside in these temperatures more."