23 F. average high for January 16.
32 F. high on January 16, 2012.
.3" snow fell at KMSP yesterday.
Subzero weather likely from Sunday evening into midday Tuesday, possibly the coldest in 4 years.
-20 to -25 F. wind chills possible Monday.
30 F. highs return by Thursday of next week.
Photo credit: Sandy Carson.
Paul's Conservation Minnesota Outlook for the Twin Cities and all of Minnesota:
THURSDAY NIGHT: Clouds, a few flurries, rising temperatures.
Photo credit above: "Smog and haze hover over Salt Lake City. The thick layer of smog lingering over Utah has fouled the state's mountain air so badly that health officials have warned people not to exercise outside and schools are keeping children inside for recess and sports. The smog is blamed on a weather phenomenon that pins pollution to the valley floors." Brian Nicholson / AP
File Photo credit above: "Patricia Quinn, a research chemist at NOAA's Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory in Seattle, stands in a snow pit at a scientific research area on an island in the Svlabard islands in Arctic Norway. Quinn lead a team of Seattle scientists who studied the role of the black carbon, or soot, in the changing Arctic climate."(Courtesy NOAA/MCT)
Photo credit above: "In this Nov. 2, 2012 photo, a woman walks toward a well through clouds of dust raised by cattle in the Mao region of Chad. For generations, the people of this bone-dry region lived off their herds, but climate change has meant that the normally once-a-decade droughts are now coming every few years." (Rebecca Blackwell/AP)