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    Frigid Air, Winds Return to Detroit

    By Michael Kuhne, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
    February 22, 2014; 3:48 AM ET
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    Colder weather is on the way for the city of Detroit heading into the new week following the recent spell of above-normal temperatures.

    High temperatures on Saturday are forecast to reach the upper 30s, followed by the upper 20s on Sunday.

    Dry weather and chilly winds will accompany these lower temperatures underneath some sunshine over the weekend.

    Overnight lows will dip well below freezing, possibly causing icy spots on roadways where any snow melts during the daytime hours.

    The cold air will remain throughout next week, being limited to the teens on both Wednesday and Thursday.

    Temperatures may even dip below zero for a time on Thursday night when the coldest air is in place over the region.

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    Protection to shield from the cold may be needed when venturing outdoors because frostbite and hypothermia are possible.

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