(Bismarck, ND) -- After digging out from the massive snow storm last week, bitter cold temperatures are settling in across North Dakota as winter arrives.
Forecasters say arctic air will push into the Northern Plains this week. The cold is moving in after a fierce snowstorm last week.
High temperatures are forecast to be in the single digits to well below zero through Friday, with overnight lows reaching minus 20s. Wind chills will put temperatures in the minus 30s.
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