Storm Team 4's Jesse Ritka weather experiment: How long will it take your breakfast to freeze in these temps?
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MILWAUKEE - With overnight temperatures at between five and 10 below zero, many started the day with a very hot cup of coffee. But with these kinds of conditions, that hot cup of Joe is not going to last long, even inside your car.
An egg is a perfect part of a complete and balanced breakfast, but for some reason serving this sunny side up egg that has been sitting outside for 19 minutes didn't go over well.
While we weren't anywhere near the record low of -22 degrees, this certainly isn't the way many of us envisioned starting our day.