‘Dangerous and historic’ cold snap leads to cancellation of Minnesota schools
ST. PAUL — Weather forecasters say “a very dangerous and historic cold air outbreak” will cover the Upper Midwest early next week, prompting Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton to take the rare action of closing public schools Monday.
The National Weather Service Friday predicted that the bitterly cold air will arrive Sunday night and last through Tuesday morning: “A wind chill warning is in effect for this time period. Highs of 10 to 20 below and lows of 15 to 30 below are expected.”
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