MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Colder-than-usual weather has hovered over Minnesota for nearly two weeks, and it’s going to get even colder this week before warm air returns.

WCCO meteorologist Matt Brickman says that after a shot of snow Wednesday evening, temperatures will drop overnight and stay low.

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Thursday’s high will be 24 degrees in the Twin Cities. Wind chills will make it feel around 10 degrees.

The coldest high ever recorded for Nov. 9 occurred in 1945, when the mercury only climbed to 22 degrees.

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“We’re flirting with record-level cold,” Brickman said.

Looking ahead, the bitter cold continues Friday morning, when air temperatures will struggle to rise above the mid-teens. Wind chill will make it feel like the single digits.

Over the weekend, a slight warmup will push temperatures into the upper 30s. Temps will continue to climb next week, when the highs look to climb into the upper 40s.

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The average high for early November in the Twin Cities is around 43 degrees. The average low: 30 degrees.