Updated: 01/05/2014 10:43 PM
Created: 01/05/2014 10:41 PM WDIO.com
By: Laurie Stribling
"Out of the wind, it's okay, but it's pretty darn chilly," Mark Weber said.
There's only one way to describe the bitter cold Sunday.
"It's pretty cold, but I'm dressed for it," Kelly Ravenfeather said.
When temperatures get so low, problems quickly follow.
"Well, my van wouldn't start and I wanted to recycle the Christmas tree so I had to jump it with jumper cables," Weber said.
Simple things like starting your car and shoveling snow get more complicated in sub-zero temps.
"I've got a couple scarves on," Ravenfeather said. "My good mittens and my good boots."
"This is Duluth," Weber said. "I think we're geared up for this. It's chilly, but we've had it before."
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