Be sure to bundle up before heading outside today. Wind chills remain dangerously cold:

“It only takes 15-to-20 minutes for frostbite to develop if you have exposed skin and that’s why we say if you have to go outside make sure you cover up all of your exposed skin to limit your heat loss and limit the exposure risk.”

National Weather Service Meteorologist Brent Hewett says the arctic air will stick around through tomorrow morning with a nice warm-up in the ’30s for the weekend.

Hewett says looking ahead:

“Friday morning will also be very cold not as cold as Thursday morning. But by the weekend we look to warm up into the ’30s again. So it’s a very quick cold snap but one we need to be prepared for.”