Wind chill expected to peak Thursday night into Friday
National Weather Service issues warning
January 27, 2023
Arctic cold and dangerous wind chills continue through the week. A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect tonight along the International Border for wind chills of -25F to -35F.
According to the National Weather Service in Duluth, the coldest period this week is expected to be Thursday night into Friday morning, when widespread wind chills of -35F and colder are possible across the Northland, with wind chills of -40F to -50F over the MN Arrowhead.
Look for a weekend warmup.
- Wind Chill Advisory issued for all of the Northland tonight into Wednesday morning.
- Wind Chill Watch issued for Lake/Cook County Thu PM - Fri AM.
- Frostbite possible on exposed skin in as little as 10 minutes Thu-Fri.
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