Brutal Cold Grips Minneapolis This Weekend

By , Senior Meteorologist
November 24, 2013; 2:28 AM ET
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Brutal cold will not release its grip on Minneapolis this weekend.

After Saturday's temperatures couldn't climb out of the teens, Sunday's below-average temperatures will feel warmer in comparison.

But with Sunday as breezy conditions returning, it will be hard to notice temperatures rising nearly 10 degrees above Saturday's frigid high. RealFeel® temperatures on Sunday will be held to the single digits.

Cold will also be gripping Green Bay, Wis., on Sunday, holding high temperatures to the lower 20s and forcing those heading to watch the Packers host the Minnesota Vikings to bundle up.

Temperatures will then rebound to around the freezing mark on Monday before fresh cold arrives for Tuesday and Wednesday. Both of these days will be dry for holiday travelers.

Thanksgiving Day is also shaping up to be dry and chilly as a bit of snow likely passes by to the north.


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