According to the National Weather Service, the Bis-Man area shouldn't expect a warm-up any time soon.

This week's temperature is roughly 30 degrees below its average. Usually at 23 degrees for this time of year, with an average low of 2 degrees, the high for today in Bismarck peeked at -6 degrees.

A wind chill advisory is currently in effect now through 1 p.m. on Thursday as wind chills will dip below -30.

The National Weather Service says that arctic air will continue to be a force through Sunday this weekend, with wind chills dipping between -25 and -40. The next accumulation of snowfall is expected Monday or Tuesday of next week.

We will continue to keep you posted as much as possible with further updates.

Source: Bismarck Tribune