Bitterly cold temps for Christmas, quiet travel weather

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Some light snow will come to an end across central Minnesota and western Wisconsin on Monday, but the National Weather Service says a blast of arctic air will follow on Christmas Day.

A wind chill advisory is in effect through noon on Tuesday for most of Minnesota. The St. Cloud Times reports wind chills will fall to 25-30 degrees below zero.

The NWS says the next chance of snow is on Friday.

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