Bundle up, it's gonna get cold.

The National Weather Service tells us that as the skies begin to clear tonight, the temperature will begin to drop and the winds will begin to blow.

Temperatures during the night and into Friday morning will dip to the single numbers in Bangor and Downeast areas, with wind chills around 11 degrees below zero, as northerly winds could gust to 31 mph.

We'll have a mostly sunny day, Friday, but the winds will continue to gust to 31 mph, with wind chills values all the way down to -13.

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Wind chills dip even further to -15 Friday night, with a regular temp of -6.

Things get much better Saturday as winds become calm. We'll have a high temperature of 25, as the day starts out mostly sunny, then snow moves into the area.