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After a cold workweek, a warmup is on the way for the weekend in Minneapolis.
Through Sunday, day time highs should crest near or above the freezing mark, which is nearly 10 degrees above average for mid-January.
Despite the warmer actual temperatures, some gusty winds will be prominent across the area, often making RealFeel® temperatures much lower.
Overnight lows through the weekend will stay in the middle to upper teens.
After some accumulating snow Friday, Saturday will bring partly sunny skies to the city, but temperatures will be a bit lower in the upper 20s.
Despite the sun, wind gusts up to 30 mph are possible. The wind will make the air feel even colder throughout the day.
While Sunday will be the warmest day of the weekend with temperatures in the mid 30s.
Lows Sunday night will drop to their lowest of the weekend, nearing 10 degrees.
For the beginning of the week, temperatures will gradually rise from the upper teens Monday to near 30 on Wednesday.
Monday night will bring the next chance for some flurries to Minneapolis.
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Parts of the Ohio Valley will be at risk for locally severe thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds and hail into Monday evening.
A needed break from the persistent rounds of showers and thunderstorms is finally on the horizon for the mid-Atlantic, but not before more downpours occur early this week.
Regardless of whether an organized tropical system takes shape in the Gulf of Mexico for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the southeastern United States will remain at risk for flooding downpours.
While the warmth that arrived over the weekend in the United Kingdom will last right through the upcoming bank holiday weekend, showers and thunderstorms may dampen some outdoor events.
The best weather for the millions of travelers this Memorial Day holiday weekend will be found in the northeastern United States as storms plague those in the South and Plains.
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