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CLEVELAND (WJW) – Emergency officials urged people to stay home and off the roads as dangerously cold temperatures impacted Northeast Ohio.

The Cleveland Browns game kicked off at 1 p.m. Saturday against the Saints at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland for one of the coldest Browns’ games on record – with a 6° temp.

The New Orleans Saints handled Cleveland’s arctic-like cold in a 17-10 win over the Browns, who were officially eliminated from the playoffs.

The wind chill, especially in the stadium off the lake, made it feel like -20 degrees.

Also, the Muni Lot was open for tailgating at 5 a.m. where the real temperatures were in the negatives.

According to FOX 8 Weather, it was the 2nd coldest Browns game ever.