(STARTRIBUNE) — Severe cold throughout the state is having an impact, starting with a Duluth area ski resort closing Sunday because of “extremely low temperatures and intense windchill factors.”
Windchill readings ranging from 20 to 35 below zero “will continue today and tonight” for the Twin Cities area, and much of central and southeastern Minnesota, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Coming Monday, the NWS adds, light snowfall is forecast generally along and south of the Interstate 94 corridor into the Twin Cities. “Moderate to heavy snow” is anticipated across far southern Minnesota, the Weather Service added.
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