MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — You may have noticed higher prices at the grocery store, and you can blame the extreme weather.

Unfortunately, analysts believe prices will only go higher.

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With the cold weather in much of the country, and a drought in California, farmers have produced fewer crops, creating a chain reaction.

Ranchers are paying more to feed their cows, leading to higher milk and beef prices.

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The government predicts prices will jump 3-and-a-half percent this year.

“I think it’s going to be a lot higher…and that affects everything,” said Phil Lempert, the Supermarket Guru.

Last month, the price of beef jumped 4 percent. That’s the most in 10 years.

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Some analysts believe milk prices will jump another 10 percent in the coming months.