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    Bitter Cold Rests in Minneapolis This Week

    By Kristen Rodman, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
    December 13, 2013; 2:20 AM ET
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    After temperatures in the single digits at midweek, more frigid air paired with a bit of snow will close out the week in Minneapolis.

    Friday will allow the mercury to climb into the double-digits, but not by much. High temperatures will rest in the teens for the city.

    As cold air remains in place, snow showers will arrive Friday and Saturday.

    Flurries could fall on Sunday at times, but the biggest threat will be icy conditions.

    Those driving late Sunday should exercise caution on the roadways and allow for more time than usual to get to their destinations.

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    Next week is forecast to bring some relief to the city as temperatures climb into the mid-20s at times.

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