A "light breeze", the Weather Service said, will put wind chills between -20 and -35 degrees. Havre, in north-central Montana, tied its record low for January 1.at minus 32 degrees. That marked the second-coldest holiday week after an average temperature of 1.5 degrees over that period in 1886, according to the weather service.
A high pressure system keeps us sunny on Tuesday and we remain below average in the upper 20s. Another brief cold front will sweep in late Wednesday, pushing our highs back below freezing on Thursday. The high should reach 5 degrees.
"Very cold wind chills [are] expected", says the weather service, "The cold wind chills will cause frostbite in as little as 30 minutes to exposed skin".
2018 is going to start on the bitterly cold side. You're will need more than just your winter coat.
Brutal cold has settled over Green Country for the final day of 2017, and believe it or not, it still gets colder from here!
The Wind Chill Warning is in effect for much of central and southern Minnesota, except east central sections. West wind 13 to 15 miles per hour. No real strong precipitation chances are in the short-term forecast.