Meteorologist Justin Gehrts said northwest winds of 15 to 30 miles per hour and gusting higher will keep wind chills between -30 and -20 degrees Tuesday and cause blowing snow in open areas.
Lows fall to the upper -20s Tuesday night with wind chills as cold as -55 degrees, Gehrts said. That can lead to frostbite in as little as five minutes.
Even with a mostly sunny sky Wednesday, highs stay in the -10s with wind chills of -55 to -35.
Lows fall to around -30 Wednesday night.
Temperatures keep going up with teens on Friday and 30s over the weekend.
There is the potential for fog and drizzle on Saturday which could lead to icing.
Sunday could bring a chance of plain rain showers with a wintry mix early next week.