(Minneapolis, MN) -- Emergency shelters around the state are at or near full capacity due to the extreme cold. The Salvation Army's Annette Bauer says in Minneapolis they had to open their chapel to accomodate the overflow for those in need. She says many outstate Salvation Army chapters don't operate shelter programs, but they will open their doors and let people sit inside to stay warm. Bauer says their shelters have been busy all winter. In December, the Minneapolis shelter served over 670 people in one night, compared to 450 just two years ago.