Cold enough for you?

TG, our hardy Alaska contributor, reports that, For the first time all winter, the National Weather Service said Fairbanks residents can expect typical January temperatures.
"We won't quite escape the really, really cold temperatures this winter," National Weather Service technician Harry Lind said. Temperatures are expected to be minus 44 degrees Monday, and minus 49 degrees by Tuesday. By mid-week he said the temperatures will be "warming up" to minus 42 degrees.