See the Twin Cities deep freeze

Temperatures are starting to rebound after arctic air and wind moved into Minnesota, sending windchills and even actual temps toward -50 degrees.

Frosty runners Matt Frantzen, left, and Zach Schendel documented their morning dash around Lake Harriet in minus-20 temps Thursday in Minneapolis.
Chris, who declined to give his last name because he was concerned "people might think I'm crazy," gave a thumbs up while jogging around Lake Harriet on Thursday in Minneapolis.
A woman used papers to try and block the wind from her face while walking in downtown Minneapolis.
Hussameldin Mustafa, a freshman at the University of Minnesota studying international business, worked to change the battery on his car after it wouldn't start due to the extreme cold Wednesday.
Katy Nordhagen walked carrying her 3-year-old dog Peppers after taking him out for a bathroom break Wednesday in northeast Minneapolis.
As temperatures dipped into the minus 20 degree range with a -42 windchill, the running paths around Lake Bde Maka Ska were drifting over with dangerous winds off the lake.
With wind chills below minus 50 degrees the Minneapolis skyline is visible Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019, in Minneapolis, MN.
A couple walked past steam coming from a building on Lyndale Avenue South in Minneapolis.
With temperatures dipping into the upper 20's below zero with a -50 wind chill, this St. Paul bike commuter wasn't deterred . West 7th neighborhood was steaming Wednesday morning as furnaces tried to keep up with the record breaking cold.
With temperatures dipping into the upper 20's below zero with a -50 wind chill, the sun tried to break through the fridgid air but not before nature created some wonderful crystalline art on a window in Burnsville
With temperatures dipping into the upper 20's below zero with a -50 wind chill, St. Paul's West 7th neighborhood was steaming Wednesday morning as furnaces tried to keep up with the record breaking cold.
The outside temperature was -28 as Emily Pieper lead cows to the milking parlor at Metogga Lake Dairy early Wednesday morning January 30, 2019 in New Prague, MN. The Pieper family dairy farm has been around since 1973, and this morning starting a 4am the milked 412 cows, producing 4000 gallons of milk.
St. Paul firefighters at the scene of a house fire at Hatch Ave. and Park St. Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019, In St. Paul, MN.
St. Paul firefighters at the scene of a house fire at Hatch Ave. and Park St. Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019, In St. Paul, MN.
Rich Thompson of the Minneapolis Public Works department collected organic refuse along his route. Workers had the option of sitting out the coldest day in 20 years but all chose to work their routes. They train for cold safety and felt prepared for record cold.
Seen from Nicollet Island vapor from the Mississippi River hangs above the water with downtown visible Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019, In Minneapolis, MN.
Pastor John Steger, with Grace In The City church, embraced Jearline Cyrus, a homeless woman, in downtown Minneapolis Tuesday night while delivering cold-weather gear, hot chocolate and food with Minneapolis Police Sgt. Grant Snyder.
A pedestrian crossed 2nd Avenue at 6th Street in downtown Minneapolis on Tuesday night during what normally would be the evening rush hour.
Amy Disselkamp, left, got a helping hand from friend Christian Calabrese with jumping her car off of Hennepin Avenue Tuesday. She has to move it before it gets towed tomorrow due to the snow emergency.
Nate Orton, of St. Louis Park, grew an icicle from his moustache while cross-country skiing at Theodore Wirth Tuesday afternoon. "I'm not very good but I'm having a lot of fun learning to skate ski," said Orton.
Barry Berg kept boots and a jacket on his 9-year-old dog Daisy to protect her from the extreme cold as he walked her down South Washington Avenue Tuesday.
Katie Benedict, a freshman at the University of Minnesota studying biology, fought against the wind as she walked on campus Tuesday.
University of Minnesota student Daniel Dylla was frosted in the morning cold while pausing from a jog along the Mississippi River.
Miles, a University of Minnesota student who declined to give his last name because he said his mom would be mad at him for how he was dressed, crossed University Avenue Southeast in shorts Tuesday.
"They're going to call me 'wife of the frozen pants guy' in my obituary," joked Karla Grotting when asked about her husband Tom's annual tradition of freezing clothing for their yard in Northeast Minneapolis. Tom even has a tutorial for how to make them on his instagram page @tomgrotting.
Angela Cahill, in background, grabbed a football from her oldest son Lachlan Cahill, 9, as she agreed to play football with him and her other boys during an school closure day due to the cold weather in Eagan, Minn., on Tuesday, January 29, 2019. Also pictured are her other children playing including Torin Cahill, 8, in the back couch, Beccan Cahill, 4, front left, Tressa Cahill, 7 months, center, and Callum Cahill, 6, right.
As temperatures dipped into the minus 20 degree range with a -42 windchill, Glenn and Julia Auerbach (right) invited their friends Dan Wilson and Omina Shibahara (left) over to their south Minneapolis home for a backyard sauna. The hot room was 200 degrees and the air temp was 220 degrees colder at minus 20.
As temperatures dipped into the minus 20 degree range with a -42 windchill, Glenn and Julia Auerbach invited their friends Dan Wilson and Omina Shibahara over to their south Minneapolis home for a backyard sauna. Here, Shibahara gives Wilson a cool down cup of snow over the head. The hot room was 200 degrees and the air temp was 220 degrees colder at minus 20.