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DISCUSSION: Frigid air has taken over with brisk winds making it feel even colder through Sunday morning. Temperatures have dropped below 0 for the first time in weeks for some of us. 1-3" of fresh snow fell in central and western ND and may bring a few flakes into the James River Valley into morning. It will be a struggle to climb above 0 for many spots Sunday, but sunshine should help to brighten things up a bit. Temperatures will remain below freezing next week but will be more tolerable than Sunday's readings. Dry workweek ahead. The next best chance for snow may not move in until next weekend.
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Fargo 7 Day Forecast

SUNDAY COLD! Becoming mostly sunny with a return to below average temperatures. Wind: N 5 to 20 mph. Wind chills to -30 in the morning. Low: -5. High: 5.

MONDAY: Frigid Groundhog Day, with below zero temperatures in the morning likely. Partly cloudy. Low: -4. High: 19.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy. Light snow chance. Low: 1. High: 15.

WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy and cold. Low: -1. High: 7.

THURSDAY: Chilly start with warmer afternoon. Low: -3. High: 17.

FRIDAY: South wind increasing, with warmer temperatures. Partly cloudy. Low: 10. High: 27.

SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy with a chance for snow. Low: 11. High: 22.

Updated by: Meteorologist Lisa Green

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