The new year brings a blast of arctic cold to Minnesota.
A wind chill warning was posted for much of western and northern Minnesota early Tuesday with some areas seeing those readings fall 40 degrees below zero. Experts say with a wind chill that low, exposed skin can be frostbitten in just 10 minutes.
Drone video shot by KBJR 6 News Chief Photographer Blake Melin shows steam rising from Lake Superior while ice floats near the shoreline.
Forecasters say a warmup is on the way for later this week with temperatures above freezing.
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