A three-day cold spell will begin Thursday and go into the weekend, and wind chills could reach around negative-35, according to the National Weather Service.
Overnight lows are expected to be around -16 degrees Friday morning as arctic air moves into the area with wind chills going below -30.
Highs on Friday will remain sub-zero, while double-digit sub-zero temps will remain for Saturday morning.
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