Wind chill warning remains in effect all day today in west central Minn.
A wind chill warning remains in effect for all of Minnesota through noon Tuesday.
The coldest airmass since at least 1996 will continue to bring dangerous wind chills to west central Minnesota into Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service in Chanhassen.
High temperatures today will only make a small recovery from lows last night and will be close to all-time cold records in many locations.
This Arctic cold will be accompanied by brisk northwest winds. The combination of the cold and wind will produce wind chills of 40 to 60 below through Tuesday morning, with the coldest wind chills occuring today.
The National Weather Service states these conditions are a life-threatening situation. Wind chills colder than 50 below can cause exposed flesh to freeze in only 5 minutes. Cover as much flesh as possible when venturing outside.