Central Minnesota Set to See Windchill Near -60 This Week
I'm going into hibernation. Bye. Wake me up when it gets above zero.
The night time weather description said:
Northwest winds 14 mph, with gusts up to 23 mph. Mostly cloudy; brisk and very cold; extreme cold can be dangerous for outdoor activities.
The previous record for coldest temps on January 29th was -35 in 1951. And last year on that day it was only -3. But I want to go back to 1931 when it was a spicy 50 degrees above zero on January 29th.
Some basic math there, it will feel a total of 100 degrees different on Tuesday night from how it was the same day 88 years ago. Bundle up, we are in for a cold snap.
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