(FOX 9) - It feels more like the middle of January than the middle of November in the Upper Midwest Tuesday.
At 6 a.m., the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport recorded a temperature of 3 degrees, but a light breeze of only 5 miles per hour was enough for a wind chill of 3 degrees below zero. Northern and western Minnesota experienced wind chills in the subzero teens.
After a cold and bright start to the day, clouds will build as temperatures attempt to climb back to a high of near 20 degrees Tuesday afternoon.
Highs will be closer to 30 on Wednesday as a dash of light snow slowly rolls through the metro. A dusting to an inch of snow is possible across the area by Wednesday evening.
Temperatures will continue to rise as the week goes on with a thaw by the weekend.