According to WBNG, The Broome County YMCA is opening their doors for people that need a warm place to sleep. Even if you're heating system is struggling to keep your house warm, you can visit the YMCA and stay there for free.

With the Arctic air we are experiencing in the Binghamton area, the wind chills expected to dip close to 35 degrees below tonight, a lot of people's furnaces might have a hard time keeping living spaces at a comfortable temperature.

The Broome County Health Department has issued a list of public places where residents can go to get out of the cold. The Health Department recommends that residents check with the establishments before visiting, to make sure they are open. Phone numbers have been provided, so those in need can call for their hours of operation.

Here is the list;

Broome County Public Library, 185 Court Street, Binghamton, 13901, 607-778-6400
Broome West Senior Center, 2801 Wayne Street, Endwell, 13760, 607-785-3427
Deposit Senior Center, 14 Monument Street, Deposit, 13754, 607-467-3953
Eastern Broome Senior Center, 27 Golden Lane, Harpursville, 13787, 607-693-2069
Fenton Free Library, 1062 Chenango Street, Binghamton, 13901, 607-724-8649
George F Johnson Memorial Library, 1001 Park Street, Endicott, 13760, 607-757-5350
Johnson City Senior Center, 30 Brocton Street, Johnson City, 13790,607-797-3145
Mary L Wilcox Library, 2630 Main Street, Whitney Point, 13862, 607-692-3159
North Shore Towers Senior Center, 24 Isbell Street, Binghamton, 13901, 607-772-6214
Northern Broome Senior Center, 12 Strongs Place, Whitney Point, 13862, 607-692-3405
Oakdale Mall, 601-635 Harry L Drive, Johnson City, 13790, 607-798-9380
Vestal Senior Center, 201 Main Street, Vestal, 13850, 607-754-9596
Your Home Public Library, 107 Main Street, Johnson City, 13790, 607-797-4816

[via WBNG/Broome County Health Department]