It's almost June for crying out loud.
It's been 118 days since the Twin Cities hit 50 degrees.
Areas hit hard over the weekend might be spared by Tuesday's snow.
Our sports teams may not win, but our winters do.
Customers were asked to turn down their thermostats, while some lost gas service altogether.
The extreme cold snap is believed to have played a role in her death.
It prompted NWS employees to hurry to the location.
The active weather pattern will continue into next week.
Rob Fairbanks has a knack for making weather reports go viral.
Many schools have already been closed for three days this week.
Temps will warm 75 degrees by Sunday.
The kind gesture saw 10 people given a warm place to stay for the night.
The Minnesota Senate has also canceled hearings because of the frigid wind chills.
These temps are a sign of what's to come for the Twin Cities.
The coldest of the cold will be from Tuesday evening through Wednesday.
The president has a history of climate change denial.
More schools will likely follow suit.
The 22 year old didn't have keys to get into his home.
It's going to be brutal. No way around it.
Snow begins Sunday afternoon with most of it falling overnight into Monday.
What if the computer models aren't wrong and it does reach -30 next week?