It isn’t just area schools that are closing due to the cold, a number of businesses, restaurants and museums have announced they too will close for safety reasons. An arctic air mass has brought frigid conditions not seen in nearly 25 years to the Twin Cities, setting off warnings from the National Weather Service about the “life-threatening situation.” Among the announced closures: St. Paul Meat Shop: Closed early Tuesday. Will be closed on Wednesday. Hyacinth Restaurant in St. Paul: Closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Ice Castles in Excelsior: Closed Wednesday and Thursday. James J. Hill House in St. Paul: Will be closed Wednesday. Mill City Museum in Minneapolis: Will be closed Wednesday. Minneapolis Institute of Art: Closing at 3 p.m. Tuesday. Will be closed Wednesday.Minnesota History Center in St. Paul: Will close at 5 p.m. Tuesday and all evening programs are canceled. Closed all day Wednesday. Split Rock Lighthouse along Lake Superior: Will be closed Wednesday. Vulcan Snow Park at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds: Slide, golf and volunteer-staffed activities closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Snow sculptures available for viewing. The dangerously cold weather is expected to stick around through Thursday. The forecast calls for temperatures to climb into the teens on Friday and… Read full this story
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