Dangerous cold and snow will continue in the city through Wednesday.
An arctic front that moved through late on Sunday night ushered in a wave of frigid air that will allow for subzero temperatures.
Frigid air remains in place on Tuesday with temperatures struggling to climb into the single digits during the day, then retreating to near zero on Tuesday night.
The harsh cold is forecast to let up a bit for Wednesday with highs in the teens.
There will finally be relief on Thursday and Friday as the highs will approach the 30-degree mark. Despite the warming trend at the end of the week, temperatures are still expected to be slightly below average for the end of January.
A fast-moving snowstorm will sweep through the Plains and Midwest through the middle of the week, but its impacts come during the busiest travel time of the year.
A storm with rain and heavy snow will cause major disruptions and delays for Thanksgiving travel on the East Coast and in the Appalachians.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo apologized Monday for his harsh criticism of the National Weather Service's lake-effect snow forecasts.
Areas of snow and ice will create slippery travel for some northern states on Black Friday, while the weather will cooperate for shoppers over most of nation.
Temperatures will plummet across the Minneapolis area following Thanksgiving Day as frigid air holds through the weekend.
Rounds of tropical downpours threaten to cause flooding across the Philippines this week with the danger also spreading to Vietnam.
New England (1888)
Hurricane passed inside Nantucket over Cape Cod. Later crossed Nova Scotia Block Island- 84 mph wind gust.
North Dakota (1896)
Thanksgiving Day Blizzard. "Wind Velocity and snowfall never equalled before."
Destructive windstorm in the Northwest; winds gusting to 105 mph in Cut Bank, MT; 96 mph in Sheridan, WY. Spokane, WA, radio tower downed. Coleville, WA, lumber shed demolished.