Saturday night: Increasing clouds low around 1 below. Total daytime snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible. Looking ahead to the next seven days, there's little hope of breaking that streak as the cold remains king well into the start of 2018. Tuesday night, mostly cloudy, with a low around 5.
The National Weather Service in Grand Forks is reporting that Hazardous wind chills are expected today through Monday morning (a long duration).
Temperatures tomorrow will remain at or below 0 all day with a NW wind 5-10 miles per hour creating wind chills of -15 to -25 throughout the day.
Sunday: Mostly sunny. Wind chills from -10 to -20.
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Then comes New Year's Eve, one of the colder ones we've seen in recent years. Wind chills around -35 can lead to frostbite in only 10 minutes. If you go outside, make sure to wear a hat and gloves to protect yourself.
The temperatures will continue to remain low tonight with the National Weather Service issuing a Wind Chill Advisory for all of southeastern MI.
Bitter cold continues all weekend and into the early portion of next week. High temperatures drop to the teens and single digits, with low temperatures well below zero! Highs Sunday will struggle to get above 0°. We'll finally be around 10 on Wednesday for daytime highs. Daytime high temperatures will struggle to reach zero.
The cold snap is likely to be the nation's most extreme since February 2015, according to the weather service.