Today brings another day in the bitter deep freeze


Minnesotans will spend another day in the deep freeze on the MLK Monday holiday as the bitter cold and dangerously low windchills continue for a third day.

The National Weather Service has issued a windchill advisory until noon for a large portion of southern and central Minnesota and western Wisconsin as windchill readings will hover between minus 25 to minus 35 degrees. That's on top of temperatures in the teens below zero reported throughout the metro area at 5 a.m., the weather service said.


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