The air-mass is starting to become much colder again as a deep trough carves into the region starting the end of the weekend, maximizing Monday and Tuesday … and lasting for a couple days thereafter, before lifting near the weekend.
While not as cold as the record breaking event earlier this month, this bout of arctic air will get as cold as -40 to -45F as far as wind chills are concerned … for parts of Minnesota. The coldest period will be Monday night through Wednesday morning for the entire region. Here are some of the city readings for wind chills during this event.
-30 to -40F
Minneapolis, Fargo, Sioux Falls, Davenport IA …
-20 to -30F
Chicago, Indianapolis, Burlington VT …
-10 to -20
Omaha, Des Moines, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, New York, Harford CT , Boston MA, Washington DC, Detroit …
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