ND to see life-threatening wind chills Saturday to Tuesday
Life-threatening wind chill temperatures of 60-below zero will spread across North Dakota from Saturday until Tuesday, and emergency managers are asking the public to prepare.
The dangerous arctic air will come Saturday night, bringing actual air temperatures of 30 below and wind speeds of 25 mph, according to a weather alert from the National Weather Service.
In such conditions, frostbite can occur in less than five minutes.
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