Kenora is lighting the Main St Christmas Tree tonight and Environment Canada Meteorologist Marie-Ève Giguère warned residents to bundle up.
"It's going to become really chilly as the wind pick up during the day. Winds are going to be from the north and brisk. So, temperatures will go down," she said.
She said residents can expect the whole weekend to be cold.
"Daytime highs around minus 10 for the next few days, and add to that some wind over the weekend. It's going to a be a rather uncomfortable weekend," she said.
The biggest thing will be the windchill factor.
"Overnight between minus 15 and minus 20. We can see the windchill approaching minus 25, pretty much for the next few days," she explained.
There isn't much in terms of snow or precipitation in the forecast, just chilly temperatures.