Wind chills dipping below negative 20 overnight; advisory in effect

Updated: January 18, 2020 07:43 PM

Now that Friday's snowstorm is over, we're dealing with heavy winds across Minnesota. And the plummeting temperatures are going to make it feel even colder.

KSTP Meteorologist Nicole Mitchell said we can expect temperatures to fall below zero in most of the state, and wind chills could easily feel like minus 20 or colder in the Twin Cities and downwards of minus 30 for other parts of the state. The National Weather Service has put a wind chill advisory in effect from midnight to 9 a.m.


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Looking ahead, we have some cold weather Sunday and Monday, but temperatures will start to veer above average by Tuesday, and those milder temps will carry through the end of the week, Mitchell said.

We have some chances for snow Sunday night and early Monday, but there isn't much in the forecast until Thursday, when we could see a mixture of rain and snow.

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