You think it's cold in Minnesota this morning? You should have been in East Antartica in August of 2010 when the coldest temperature ever on Earth was recorded. Scientists say that the temperature that day was equivalent to a nice summer day on Mars.
The brutal January cold has arrived and police are reminding you to be cautious about leaving your vehicle unattended while it's warming up. John Justin is a crime prevention specialist with the St. Cloud Police Department, he says while they're warming up, vehicles can be easy targets for thieves.
The average high for March 2rd is 32˚. The record high is 53˚ (just so you know what's possible). We won't make it above zero again today. Pipes are freezing up. Cars aren't starting. And the patience of usually hearty Minnesotans is wearing thin. But just how cold has it been this winter in St. Cloud? Here's the scorecard by the numbers.