Cold weather moves in Wednesday, wind chill in single-digits

January 08, 2019 09:29 PM

Minnesotans should feel inclined to grab their warmest winter coats before heading out Wednesday.

KSTP meteorologist Wren Clair says cold weather will continue overnight into Wednesday, with wind chills ranging from below zero to 10 degrees.


Clair said the high on Wednesday will be 15. Despite the sunshine expected to peek through the clouds during the day, Clair says it will feel much colder due to strong winds happening throughout the day.

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Despite temperatures sitting below-average this time of year Wednesday, Clair says highs will climb back into the mid-20s Thursday. Then on Friday, temperatures will climb back into the 30s just in time for the weekend. 

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