Bundle up! The coldest weather in years is coming, and the National Weather Service in Caribou has issued Wind Chill Advisories for Interior Downeast and Far Eastern Maine as well as the Central Highlands and Penobscot Valley Maine from 4 a.m. to 12 noon on Tuesday, January 11th.

Of course we're headed up to Caribou, and hopefully the heat on the bus will be cranking Tuesday morning!

With the wind chills as low as 25 below, the cold wind chills can cause frostbite on exposed skin in as little as 15 minutes! That means no shorts at school and you'll definitely want to wear a hat and gloves!

The lows for tonight in Downeast Maine are expected to be 3 below 0, and the highs on Tuesday are only expected to be 6 above. Tuesday night we can expect temperatures as low as 2 below to 4 above 0. Wednesday will be warmer, with temperatures expected to be in the lower 30's.

It's important to make sure your pets are not out in the cold, and that they have access to water that isn't frozen! You may want to leave cabinets open tonight, to avoid frozen pipes as well

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