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A big chill as winter settles in

Dig out the extra layers because the mercury is falling, starting Monday. The Weather Service and local forecasters say temps in the metro will hover around a mere 20 degrees for the next couple of days.
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Kare 11's Sven Sundgaard takes a look back at the weekend snowfall and a look forward at some chilly temps moving in early this week:

Despite the snowfall this weekend, we usually have more. But the snow did have people scrambling to the hardware store for last-minute winter necessities. WCCCO has more:

This week, you better put on the extra layers: The National Weather Service says highs will hover around 20 degrees Monday and Tuesday.

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