Forecasters are warning of another round of frigid cold Friday.

The National Weather Service is forecasting yet another arctic blast. Sub-zero temps are expected overnight Thursday, with the Bangor area dipping to -5, -15 to the north. Temps will rebound throughout the day Friday, but not by much. Daytime highs in the Bangor area will likely top out near 10 above. Northern areas of the state may not see temps climb above zero throughout the day Friday.

Overnight Friday into Saturday will be the coldest night of this round of arctic air. Temps will plummet to -10 in the Bangor area, -25 to the north. The Aroostook Country Sheriff's office urges folks to prepare for the cold weather and to continue to check on neighbors.

Temps remain cold throughout the weekend but will rebound to near 30 degrees in the Bangor area.

Forecasters say the chance for snow may come Tuesday or Wednesday.

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