SE Minnesota Facing a Possible Snowstorm And Then a Deep Freeze
Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - All of Minnesota is in the deep freeze - and another snowstorm may be on the way to SE Minnesota.
Temperatures were below zero everywhere in the state early Friday and the “feels like” or wind chill temperatures were even colder - much colder, in the minus 25 to minus 40-degree range in many areas.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory for most of the state until noon Friday.
It will remain cold through the weekend and then a deep freeze is expected all of next week - after a possible snowstorm that could dump several inches of snow across SE Minnesota Sunday night and Monday.
Temperatures will likely drop below zero Monday and stay there all week. Overnight temperatures may drop as low as -25 and daytime highs may be in the minus 5 to minus 10-degree range through Thursday.