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    Frigid Air to Encompass Minneapolis This Weekend

    By Kristen Rodman, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
    December 7, 2013; 3:29 AM ET
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    Frigid air will overtake Minneapolis this weekend, accompanied by a little snow.

    Temperatures fell to below the zero degree mark overnight in the city Friday. Despite some sunshine Saturday, daytime highs remained in the single digits. Low temperatures through the weekend and into next week are all expected to be in the single digits or below zero.

    Temperatures will warm a little back into the teens for Sunday but the day will bring another chance of snow to the area, likely 1 to 3 inches of fluffy accumulation by the end of the weekend.

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    A reinforcing shot of colder air comes Monday with daytime highs in the single digits with nighttime temperatures dropping again to below zero overnight, as Tuesday's temperature is expected to jump up to 15 F.

    Tuesday will bring yet another chance for some snowflakes to the city.

    At midweek, bitter cold will continue. It is expected be 10 degrees during the day and again below zero at night Wednesday.

    Content contributed by AccuWeather.com Staff Writer Jillian MacMath

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