MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — After Minnesotans enjoyed a beautiful week of springtime weather and outdoor fun, it’s back to reality this week.

That reality: we live in Minnesota.

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Saturday night’s showers brought in some cold that will be sticking around for a while — temperatures aren’t forecast to reach 55 degrees for the next week, with Monday’s forecast being blustery and bitter.

In fact, temperatures won’t even reach 50 until Thursday.

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In the meantime, you can expect some measurable snow on Tuesday, especially in northern Minnesota. Those in the Twin Cities shouldn’t feel too lucky, either — there should be a few snowflakes falling in the Metro by mid-morning.

The windchill will feel a lot more like winter in the Twin Cities on Monday, hovering around the low 30s and upper 20s. Overall temperatures will struggle to get into the 40s.

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Before the snow comes in, a low pocket in the north will still keep moisture focused on southeastern Minnesota, with showers through Sunday night and heavier rains in Pine Island, Zumbrota and Goodhue.