A massive drop in temperature is expected in the coming days for most of the U.S. and Canada as temperatures are expected to dive to -19 deg F (-28.1 deg C) which will be considerably colder than the North Pole, which is currently basking at a -5 deg F, (-20.7 deg C) temperature.
Cities and towns in North Dakota and northern Minnesota could bottom out in the teens or 20s below zero Wednesday morning. It will feel even colder when the wind is factored in, and wind chills up to 30 degrees below zero are possible in parts of the Northern Plains. Lows in the teens are forecast in the southern Great Lakes and Ohio Valley by midweek. Morning lows in the 20s are forecast in the mid-South and coastal parts of the Northeast by the middle of this week. The Weather Channel