Temperatures across Central Minnesota will remain 20-30 degrees below zero through the week -- before Mother Nature serves up another round of 'plowable' snow on Sunday and Monday.

A new record low is likely to be set in St. Cloud tonight, with the forecast calling for a low of 6º. The record low for the night is 8º, set back in 1979.

National Weather Service

From the National Weather Service today: Temperatures will continue to average 20 to 30 degrees below normal through the weekend. Some record temperatures will likely be broken. Another storm system will bring the potential for several inches of snow Sunday into Monday.

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