The National Weather Service says the beginning of March is going to be colder than average. Way colder than average. We could even set a record with how cold it's going to be.

In a Tweet from the NWS, they said there is "a very high likelihood of below normal temperatures for much of the Nation during the first two weeks of the month."

Over the first few weeks of March, we will probably see highs in the single digits and teens. The average overall high for March is 41. BRB, let me make sure the North Pole hasn't moved to Minnesota.

The NWS Twin Cities gave us a little bit of hope. They said in a Tweet: "the good news is that our normal highs for the first few weeks of March are climbing from the mid 30s. So by the time we return to normal, our highs could be in the mid 40s."



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