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End of winter storms brings a quiet, mild week

Updated: December 01, 2019 10:30 PM

The winter storm is expected to move its way out of Minnesota Sunday with only a few lingering bands of snow near the Twin Cities and Southeast Minnesota. 

According to KSTP Meteorologist Nicole Mitchell, temperatures will begin to fall and could reach single digits by Sunday night. 

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The cold means that wet areas are expected to freeze hard making travel difficult. 

Check out KSTP's interactive radar

The low temperature for tonight is forecast at 7 degrees with the high Monday rising to 23 degrees. 

Sun or partial sun is expected throughout the week with high temperatures reaching just above freezing for most days this week. 

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