With winds of around 15 miles-per-hour across the state, forecasters with the National Weather Service are warning that dangerously cold wind chills will make it feel like 20 to 35 degrees below zero through noon today (MON) in Minnesota. A wind chill advisory is in place statewide. Roads continue to be snow covered, and Mn/Dot is warning drivers that travel may be tough. Higher wind gusts are expected to result in blowing and drifting snow. Looking ahead, there is a chance of more snow Tuesday afternoon and evening, but only an inch or two is expected. Wind chills of 20 to 30 below are then possible again Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.