While we had temperatures in the teens and 20s below zero Monday morning, it didn't take much wind to give wind chills into the minus 30s.
Wind chill is what it feels like when you combine the cold air and wind. As winds increase, heat is carried away from the body at a faster rate, this brings down the skin temperature and the body temperature.
A Wind Chill Advisory is issued for wind chill values from -20 to -34. A Wind Chill Warning is issued for wind chill values of -35 and colder.
While temperatures will warm enough on Tuesday to drop the wind chill warnings and advisories, we'll trade it in for a chance for light snow.