The Midwest and parts of the South will experience record low wind chill temperatures on Monday. Credit: National Weather Service
You'll get cold just looking at these maps. The National Weather Service released maps showing wind chill predictions across the country on Monday and Tuesday mornings and it gets pretty ugly: Residents of northern Minnesota may feel temperatures as low as minus 59 degrees on both days and the state has already closed schools on Monday, reports CNN. Even Texas and Tennessee will be blasted with negative wind chill temperatures.
Over half the country will feel subzero temperatures by Wednesday. Credit: National Weather Service
Though the Northeast will remain largely unaffected on Monday by what The Weather Channel the "coldest arctic outbreak" since the 1990s, wind chill temperatures on Tuesday morning will hit a low of minus 14 degrees in New York.