Residents across Minnesota are shivering again today.
Temperatures plunged well below zero this morning, with wind chill readings hitting 50 degrees below zero across much of the region.
In the Twin Cities, temperatures dipped to minus 14 degrees with a wind chill of minus 45. High temperatures expected to reach -3 degrees. The National Weather Service issued a wind chill warning that was supposed to expire at noon. But the blustery conditions haven't subsided.
Temperatures reached minus 24 in Grand Marais and 22 below in Bemidji with a wind chill of minus 52.
Weather officials warn that frost bite can set in in under 10 minutes when it is this cold.
Forecasters predicted an easing of the winds into the evening, but a significant warmup isn't expected until later this week.