Much of Minnesota is under an Extreme Cold Warning and is dealing with wind chill readings as cold as 40 below. But the pain is likely to be short-lived, with forecasters expecting warmer-than-average temperatures again by this weekend.
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Tick-infested spring likely without an extended deep freeze
The warmer winter weather has its advantages and disadvantages. One disadvantage might be an abundance of deer ticks. According to the Star Tribune, the black-legged insects can survive without an extended cold snap. This is also prompting additional warnings about tick-borne illnesses and the dangers of Lyme disease.
You knew it was coming: Real winter weather is blowing into Minnesota
Toughen up, bucko. Some genuine winter weather is pointed straight at Minnesota. The wind will pick up on Wednesday and by nightfall wind chill readings of 20 to 40 below will likely be common across the state.
No wind chills this winter; Weather Service will keep 'extreme cold' warnings
The National Weather Service in the Dakotas and Minnesota says it's sticking with the "extreme cold" warnings that it tested last winter. Meteorologists say the winter weather can be dangerously cold even without wind. Forecasters will issue the warning when the temperature could feel like 30 below or colder.
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