One year ago today, January 6, 2014, Governor Mark Dayton cancelled classes for all the public schools across the state. The forecast was calling for temperatures all over Minnesota to be in the neighborhood of -15 degrees, with wind chills anticipated to get as low as -50!

This week, we find ourselves potentially facing a similar weather danger. Highs for tomorrow are predicted at -6 degrees, with a low of -15 degrees and a wind chill warning calling for potential wind chill readings in the -25 to -45 degree range.

So, what do you think? Will the governor cancel classes for tomorrow? Or maybe call for a two-hour delay? What do you think he should do?

Be sure to check with us on bad weather days to see if there are any weather cancellations, closures or delays in the listening area!