By Marty Bass

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The dangerously cold temperatures are going to stick around for a few more days.

What to expect:

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The rest of February is expected to be very cold. Tuesday, it will only be in the mid 20s for a high and with a low in the low teens.

Wednesday will be the nicest day, with a temperature of 36 and a low of 15.

Thursday, it will be 29—but the low will be 10 with a windchill of -4.

On Friday, there will be a high of 26 and a low of 8.

Saturday will be 30 degrees with a low of 16.

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Once we reach March, though, the temperatures begin to improve. March 1 will see temps in the 40s and March 2 will see a high of 50.

City Code Blue through Wednesday:

With dangerously cold weather expected to continue in the city for at least several more days, Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leana Wen, M.D. has ordered the Code Blue extended through 10 a.m. Wednesday, February 25.

Baltimore City has been under a Code Blue declaration continuously since February 12. Through Wednesday morning, seven Code Blue alerts for Baltimore will have covered 25 days.

Last year, Baltimore had a total of 34 Code Blue days. The city has experienced six cold weather related deaths this winter–21 across the state.

“In the past few days, Baltimore has experienced record-setting cold temperatures, and the forecast calls for single-digit wind chills for the next few days,” Dr. Wen said. “People need to take this very seriously – it is extremely hazardous and dangerous. The weather can literally be a matter of life or death for some individuals.”

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