Following another blast of arctic air, temperatures will lag below typical normals for March this week.
The city experienced another frigid morning Wednesday, as temperatures for the morning commute hovered in the single digits.
So far this March, temperatures in Minneapolis have been eight degrees below normal.
Despite reaching near-normal temperatures for March by Wednesday afternoon, the milder weather will not last.
Temperatures will drop yet again to near zero for Thursday and Friday.
The city's next chance for precipitation will come Thursday with rain and snow possibilities in the forecast for the daytime hours.
A warmup will take place in the city Saturday and by Sunday temperatures will near 60 F and sunshine will grace Minneapolis.
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