DULUTH, MN (KDAL) - Mother Nature is giving us a little reminder of just how cold the Northland can get in mid winter. It will be Wednesday before temperatures climb above zero and a Wind Chill Warning continues until noon on Tuesday. Monday morning's low in Duluth was 20 below but the winds made it feel more like minus 45. Elsewhere in northern Minnesota it was even colder. Babbitt checked in with 27 below, 26 below in Ely and International Falls was 23 below zero. Even colder temperatures are in the forecast for Tuesday morning, but the winds won't be as strong. As cold as it is, we won't even come close to challenging the record low for January 22nd in Duluth which is 35 below.