Monday night is expected to have the coldest temperatures so far this year.
This is set to make for a chilly morning commute for people headed to work and children headed to school.
Nine On Your Side has some tips to make sure you make it to work safely and on time.
As the temperatures lower, your chance of having car issues only goes up.
Battery issues and low tire pressure are two of the most common problems people see with their car during freezing temperatures.
For students waiting on the bus in the morning, it is important to stay bundled up with ears and head covered.
Parents are encouraged to keep children in the house or a heated car while they wait for the bus.
Law enforcement agencies across the east are encouraging people to check in on their neighbor.
They put a specific focus on people who live alone and the elderly.
Senior citizen welfare checks might be available for request during cold snaps like we are experiencing.