MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Forecasters say chilly Minnesotans should finally see a warm-up late this week.

The National Weather Service says lows bottomed out near 30 below zero Wednesday morning for many Iron Range cities. Lows of 5 below to 15 below were common across southern Minnesota.

Lows Wednesday night will range from the upper 20s below zero in northern Minnesota to near 10 below south. A wind chill advisory is out through Thursday morning for northern and southeastern Minnesota.

Thursday will be sunny, with highs from zero to 10 above. Minnesota will see some relief Friday with highs ranging from the mid-teens in the northeast to the low 30s in the southwest.

Snow is likely with accumulations of up to 2 inches.