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Wind chill warning remains in effect through Sunday for Bemidji, surrounding areas


February 10, 2021

BEMIDJI -- Frigid air and freezing gusts of wind are here to stay for at least another week.

On Tuesday, the National Weather Service in Grand Forks set a wind chill warning in effect for northwest Minnesota, including Bemidji and surrounding communities, the Grand Forks area, Roseau and Thief River Falls. The warning, in place until noon on Sunday, states that wind chills may be as low as 50 below zero.

Another warning, set by the National Weather Service's office in Duluth, is also predicting wind chills as low as 50 below for northeast Minnesota for communities, including Duluth, Ely, Hibbing and International Falls. Both warnings note the wind chills can cause frostbite to exposed skin in as little as 10 minutes.


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