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The storm, packing winds gusts of more than 70 miles per hour (113 kph), dumped a foot or more of snow throughout the region, including Boston and parts New Jersey and Maine, where heavy snow continued to fall early on Friday.

Many East Coast communities ordered drivers to stay off the roads and closed schools on Friday.

'That's when you'll see records being challenged or broken, with temperatures at or near zero in many places,' Hurley said.

More seasonable weather is expected to return early next week with temperatures in the high 30s and near 40s, he said. Despite the deep freeze, schools in New York City and New Jersey will reopen on Friday.

The high in Burlington, Vermont, on Saturday may only be minus 5 degrees, he said.

With the wind chill, it could feel as cold as 30 degrees below in those areas, a dangerous level that could potentially lead to frostbite exposure, warned Carl Erickson, an Accu Weather meteorologist based in State College, Pennsylvania.

Boston experienced historic flooding on Thursday, after a 'bomb cyclone' winter storm hit the Northeast, causing travel chaos across the region, but officials have predicted that the aftermath may be deadlier than the storm While most people have kept their eyes on Winter Storm Grayson, the National Weather Service has predicted 'life-threatening' cold overnight Friday and Saturday for much of the Northeast.

Above, a car in floodwaters in Boston on Thursday In the next 24 hours, the Northeast will be sent into a deep freeze that could cause roads and streets to be covered with a sheet of snow and ice for days.

The nor'easter dumped as much as 18 inches of snow from the Carolinas to Maine - causing schools and offices to close and more than 5,000 flights to be cancelled.Forecasters expected the system to be followed immediately by a blast of face-stinging cold air that could break records in more than two dozen cities, with wind chills falling to minus 40 in some places this weekend. Please avoid these dangerously high waters.' The first responders were then seen carrying the man (pictured) to safety The intense flooding (left) trapped some Boston residents inside buildings.Blizzard warnings and states of emergency were in wide effect, and wind gusts hit up to 76mph in some places. Meanwhile one video showed the moment a garbage bin was knocked over as trash was washed down the street by floodwaters in Boston The first responders were then seen carrying the man to safety.At least a dozen people have been rescued from flooded homes in Marshfield, and a handful of others were rescued from cars under water in the South Shore region of Massachusetts.'It's up over the roof of cars.It's up over four feet,' Deputy Fire Chief Louis Cipullo said of the floodwaters in the area.