Monday morning will start very, very cold.
Here's a look at where we are, as of about 6:15 a.m, the state high coming in at negative 2 degrees.
In addition, a wind chill warning (ranging from minus 35 to minus 45 degree) is in effect until 10 a.m. for most of the northeast quadrant of the state – basically from the Iron Range up to the Canadian border.
The rest of the state is blanketed by a wind chill advisory, also until 10 a.m..
That means frostbite to exposed skin is possible in as few as 10 minutes for some Minnesotans Monday morning. (Click here to see the wind chill frost bite chart.)
Good(ish) news: A mild warm-up is coming
But hey, double-digit temps are on tap for the afternoon. Click here to find your city's forecast.
Twin Cities: High of 15 degrees, but wind chills staying well below zero much of the day. Low of 14 tonight, with a high nearing 30 Tuesday. [Click here for more]
Duluth: Clouds will increase as the day goes on, but with a high of 15. Wind reaching 15-20 mph in the afternoon. Blowing snow overnight, with a high of 21 Tuesday. [Click here for more]
Rochester: Breezy, with winds hitting 13-18 mph by Monday afternoon. A high of 12 Monday, followed by a high of 29 Tuesday. [Click here for more]
Moorhead: A high of 25 degrees Monday, but with winds at 23-28 mph – and gusting up to 39 mph. Slight chance of snow Monday night, with a high of 20 Tuesday. [Click here for more]
Marshall: Temps could hit 28, but it'll be windy – 20-25 mph in the afternoon, with gusts reaching 35 mph. Windy still overnight, but hanging in the mid-20s, with a high Tuesday of 30. [Click here for more]