The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory for much of North Dakota beginning tonight, December 28th, at 12pm CST/11pm MST.

The advisory will be in effect until Tuesday, December 30th, at 12pm CST/11am MST.

Here's the complete advisory from the National Weather Service:

VERY COLD WIND CHILLS SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY...

A FRIGID AIRMASS WILL SETTLE OVER WESTERN AND CENTRAL 
NORTH DAKOTA SUNDAY NIGHT AND REMAIN OVER THE REGION 
THROUGH TUESDAY.

WIND CHILLS AS COLD AS 35 BELOW ZERO CAN BE EXPECTED.
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY HAS BEEN POSTED FOR MOST OF WESTERN
AND CENTRAL NORTH DAKOTA FROM SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH MID 
DAY TUESDAY. THE SOUTHWEST PART OF THE STATE...BOWMAN...
HETTINGER...MOTT...AND AMIDON...WILL NOT BE AS COLD AT 
FIRST AND SO THE WIND CHILL ADVISORY THERE IS FROM LATER 
MONDAY THROUGH MID DAY TUESDAY.

BY TUESDAY AFTERNOON THE WIND CHILLS WILL RISE ABOVE THE 
ADVISORY CATEGORY ACROSS MOST OF THE AREA. BUT THE COLD 
WIND CHILLS MAY RETURN AGAIN TO AS LOW AS 35 BELOW 
TUESDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING. AN ADDITIONAL 
ADVISORY OR AN EXTENSION MAY BE REQUIRED INTO WEDNESDAY 
AS WELL.

MCKENZIE-DUNN-MERCER-OLIVER-GOLDEN VALLEY-BILLINGS-STARK-
MORTON-BURLEIGH-KIDDER-STUTSMAN-GRANT-SIOUX-EMMONS-LOGAN-
LA MOURE-MCINTOSH-DICKEY-INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...
WATFORD CITY...KILLDEER...BEULAH...HAZEN...CENTER...BEACH
...MEDORA...DICKINSON...MANDAN...BISMARCK...STEELE...
JAMESTOWN...ELGIN...FORT YATES...LINTON...NAPOLEON...
EDGELEY...ASHLEY...OAKES

...WIND CHILL ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT 
CST /11 PM MST/ TONIGHT TO NOON CST /11 AM MST/ TUESDAY...

* WIND CHILL VALUES...AS LOW AS 35 BELOW ZERO.

* OTHER IMPACTS...FROSTBITE AND HYPOTHERMIA POSSIBLE.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WIND CHILL ADVISORY MEANS THE COMBINATION OF WIND AND 
VERY COLD AIR WILL CREATE LOW WIND CHILLS. THIS WILL 
RESULT IN FROST BITE AND LEAD TO HYPOTHERMIA IF 
PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT TAKEN. IF YOU WILL BE OUTSIDE...DRESS
IN LAYERS OF LOOSE FITTING CLOTHES AND MAKE SURE TO COVERALL EXPOSED SKIN.

[National Weather Service]