Duluth, MN (KDAL) - This winter is proving to be one for the history books. According to the National Weather Service, the winter of 2013-2014 is the second coldest on record. From December 1st, the meteorological beginning of winter, thru Saturday the average temerpature in Duluth has been three-point-nine degrees. In the bitter cold meantime, a Wind Chill Warning remains in effect for all of the A-M 6-10 K-D-A-L listening area until noon on Tuesday. Wind chills could reach 55 degrees below zero after you combine the double-digit below zero temps with northwest winds gusting to 20 miles per hour. When will it warm up? K-D-A-L Chief Meteorologist Tony Schumacher says we could see high temperatures rise into the teens above zero by midweek. However a late week cold snap is in the forecast. If there's any good news to report about more cold weather it may be this. Highs Thursday and Friday should remain above zero.