"Arctic Outbreak" prompts some schools to open late

Above: Forecasted windchill temperatures for Thursday, Jan. 8, from the National Weather Service's Binghamton office.

Several Catskills school districts have announced delays for Thursday, Jan. 7 because of frigid temperatures expected on Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

In Greene County, the Greene, Catskill and Cairo-Durham schools have all announced two-hour delays, according to CBS 6's StormWatch page.

In Sullivan County, Sullivan County West is also on a two-hour delay, according to the school's website

Wind chills will be in the negative 20s and 30s in the Catskills tonight, according to the latest predictions from the National Weather Service's Binghamton and Albany offices. That's not as bad as the lows of minus 40 degrees we heard about yesterday, but they're still brutal temperatures. Be careful out there.