The National Weather Service reports temperatures will be 32 degrees but will feel like 31 degrees due to wind chill.
WASHINGTON — Officials say the hypothermia alert in D.C. will begin at 7 p.m. due to cold temperatures.
Residents are encouraged to stay inside or bundle up if planning to go out. Those who need help finding shelter may call 311 or 202-399-7093 for accessible shelter transport. For all animal emergencies, including pets left outside in extreme temperatures, call the Humane Rescue Alliance at 202-723-5730.
Signs of hypothermia in adults, according to the CDC include:
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