Double-digit below zero HIGH temperatures...follow that? The coldest air in nearly 2 decades will move into the area early next week. It looks like high temperatures may range from -10 to -20F and the low temperatures may range from -15 to -30F Sunday through Tuesday. In the words of my Frozen40 teammate, this is just "dumb cold".
Saturday: Arctic front fresh from the Yukon arrives in the morning. High temp likely reached early, progressively getting colder throughout the day. H: 9 Wind: WNW 10-15
Saturday Night: The cold insanity begins. L: -18 Wind: NW 10
Sunday: Brutally cold. H: -15 L: -29 Wind chill: -35 to -50
Monday: Coldest since 1996. Trip to Arizona anyone? H: -17 L: -24 Wind chill:
-35 to -50
Tuesday: Slowly climbing out of the cold abyss. H: -5 L: -6 Wind: W 5-10
Wednesday: Snow showers. H: 14 L: 8 Wind: SE 2-4
All-Time January Cold
Forecast temps Sunday-Tuesday are a good 30-35 degrees below zero. Record cold high temperatures are a likely. And you know it's cold when Minnesota sees record cold highs!
Record Cold Highs
Summer brings warm afternoons perfect for biking, but the summer heat and humidity can also spark thunderstorms and severe weather. Be prepared for any type of adverse weather headed your way with Aeris Pulse.
NWS Twin Cities Weather Story