Minus a dozen this morning. The kind of morning that makes me remember when I was 7 and we moved to a Minnesota town and our first day in the new house was delayed because the movers needing to leave the garage door open ended up freezing the pipes. It was merely January and it was merely -31 Fahrenheit...not windchill...straight air temperature.
It's a day so cold that we flip the script on our retired parents in Arizona and say, "Guess what it was less than 10 below today, but we're alive and all your friends are dying...WHOSE LIVIN' NOW?!"
The secret to really cold weather in the Midwest is that it is usually (not always) accompanied by little to no wind. So while it is cold, it is survivable in small batches.
But when there is so much as a mild breeze IT IS HORRID.
BTW, the NFL got lucky, Green Bay was a cold 4 or 5 degrees above yesterday, presently it is 16 BELOW...straight temp.