More than 53,000 fans filled TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis for the coldest game of the season. Temperatures were in the teens, but it felt like five degrees outside thanks to the wind chill. Folks tailgating before the game set up tents, propane tanks and heat lamps to help stay warm, along with lots of hot food. No matter the conditions, Gopher and Badger fans didn’t let Mother Nature take away from the biggest border battle of the season.
As of Sunday evening, almost the entire state is under a wind-chill warning. Monday, we’ll continue to deal with frigid temperatures and a biting wind – a dangerous combination. So, we looked into three things that will keep you safe these next few days.
An Arctic air mass is upon us, and according to WCCO meteorologist Lauren Casey, the cold will stick around for a while.
I’m not talking about my beloved music again; I’m referring to another cold one tonight.
The combination of cold air and wind will make it feel more like January than February.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minnesota is finding itself mostly bypassed by the mammoth storm dumping snow across much of the United States. But while the snow is going elsewhere, the cold is not. The system that […]