It’s cold here in the Tennessee Valley, but nothing compared to Minnesota!

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Check out the wind chill values below, which occurred in the Tennessee Valley at 7 a.m. on Saturday, February 13.

Actual wind chill values at 7 a.m. Saturday, February 13, 2016.

Much of the Valley woke up with wind chills in the teens, and Winchester bottomed out to a value of 7 degrees!

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However, this is warm compared to Minnesota!

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High pressure parked over Minnesota is responsible for pushing Arctic air south into the Tennessee Valley. Thankfully, the airmass is able to moderate a little bit, and wind chills here are above zero. Still, cold is cold, and you will need to bundle up this weekend! The good news is that a warm up is in the forecast for the second half of the week – check out the forecast discussion to see when we will be able to hang up the heavy jackets.