Snow Tonight & Tomorrow, Dangerously Cold This Weekend
The National Weather Service says we can expect 2 or 3 inches of snow across Central Minnesota tonight and tomorrow, followed by even colder weather this weekend. Download the 98.1 mobile app for all the latest on our weather sent right to your phone.
Roads could get very slick because many of the chemicals used to deice Minnesota highways don't work when temps are this cold.
From the National Weather Service tonight: Another surge of bitterly cold air will arrive Thursday night and persist into Monday. Frostbite can set in in as little as 15 minutes on any exposed skin with wind chills of 25 below or colder.