So far this winter we've seen (and felt) new records for the coldest temperature ever and the snowiest February ever in Iowa. And it appears that we aren't quite done yet.

According to CBS 2, lows will drop into the single digits/teens with wind chills dropping near/below zero by Sunday morning. Temperatures will remain steady throughout the day, but another blast of arctic air will follow late Sunday into the overnight hours on Monday. That could lead to record lows Monday morning...and wind chills around -40°.

Another front is expected to pass through towards the end of the week, bringing another chance of snow with it. March is definitely coming in like a lion. A chilly, snowy, frozen, lion. It will be spring eventually...right?

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