Another day in Minnesota, another day with hazardous winter weather.
This time it is a Wind Chill Warning, followed by a Wind Chill Advisory. The Wind Chill Warning is in effect until noon today, followed by the Wind Chill Advisory, in effect until noon tomorrow, for the listening area.
According to the National Weather Service in Grand Forks, dangerously cold wind chills, as low as 50 below zero are expected this morning. Wind chills 25 to 40 below zero are expected this afternoon through tomorrow morning.
Dangerously cold wind chills could cause frostbite on exposed skin in as little as 10 minutes. Take every precaution.
Most of Interstate 29 is closed in North Dakota while parts of Interstate 94 are shut down as well. Blizzard conditions also forced North Dakota Department of Transportation plows off state highways in the Red River Valley last night. Several highways are still under no travel advisories.
The latest road conditions can be found by calling 511.