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My first guess would be a chunk of ice or other frozen crud on a wheel, or some other part of the wheel assy. Clearly you have narrowed it to something that is post-transmission, and this time of year, that would be what I would suspect first. A small amount of frozen crud can cause havoc, especially on modern cars, and last for days in these temperatures. I would try cleaning that stuff off, maybe go through a car wash or something... usually happens to me once or twice a winter...
As a point of reference, yesterday I got blinking Christmas tree dash syndrome when I started up the car - ABS, TCS, etc lights all on. Drove a couple blocks, kicked some crud off from behind the fender area on all 4 corners, and the lights went away and the car was perfect thereafter... probably ice on an abs sensor causing havoc. It was -28 at the time so I could hardly fault the car for being tempermental!
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