Minnesota weather: Coldest St. Patrick's Day in 30 years

It's March, but it feels like we are headed back to mid-January.

As rain switched to snow during Thursday afternoon into evening, the wind started to pick up in the metro. Overnight, temperatures fell and the windchill dropped below zero in the Twin Cities metro. In greater Minnesota, windchill were 15-20 below zero. 

The high on Friday is about 15 degrees for the Twin Cities, with cooler temperatures in greater Minnesota. This makes it one of the coldest St. Patrick's Days in about 30 years. 

The weekend won't be much better, with highs in the mid-20s to low-30s.

It should feel more like spring next week.