The National Weather Service has issued another wind chill advisory for southeastern Minnesota that will be in effect from 6 PM Wednesday through noon on Thursday.

Forecasters say the wind chill readings are expected to reach the 20 to 35 below range and the actual air temperature could drop to around ten below zero Thursday morning. The bitter cold is expected to stick around through Thursday before the region experiences a modest warm-up on Friday and Saturday.

This most recent blast of arctic air delivered wind chills around -30 in the Rochester area Wednesday morning, while the unofficial low temperature was 9 below zero.