Well, it looks like out high temp maxed out at midnight. Welcome to Minnesota, where even antifreeze can freeze.
A balmy -18°F overnight on Sunday. And kiddos — that’s actually warm for a Minnesota cold snap. I’ve seen -30°F air temperature, not factoring the wind chill. Meteorologists like to toss hot coffee in the air and watch it shatter before it hits the ground. Serious.
For my non-Imperial units followers (yes, I don’t get why we cling to a flawed system either, but I’m a scientist, so I see the value in the metric system):
Time to increase our carbon emissions and stoke up the fireplace.