Minneapolis: Mild Week With Above-Normal Temperatures

By Kristen Rodman, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
April 13, 2014; 12:39 AM ET
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Warmth will continue to hold in Minneapolis to close out the week, providing residents and visitors with milder weather for the beginning of April.

At midweek, temperatures spiked to more seasonable levels accompanied by some sun, making it a warm day for the Twins game against the Oakland Athletics.

Clouds will hover over Minneapolis through Saturday, but rain showers both Friday and Saturday night may dampen the baseball games between the Twins and the Kansas City Royals.

Sunshine will return on Sunday, but temperatures will plummet back down into the 40s for the rest of the weekend.

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The sun will stay around the city through next Tuesday, but cloudy skies will return for mid-April.


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