Mars' Gale Crater has a relatively balmy high forecast of 17 degrees tonight.
Minnesota, we're not so lucky.
This chilling observation comes from a weather instrument on NASA's Curiosity Rover, which has been on the Red Planet since the summer of 2012.
Tonight won't be the first time Minnesota has dipped into extraterrestrial low temps — it happened last year too.
It's probably not the last time this year either, if our Updraft weather blogger's prediction is correct.
Things could get dangerously cold, so maybe skip the space travel and stay indoors if you can.
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