Minnesota weather: Blustery but seasonable; frozen for Thanksgiving

Seasonable but blustery winds are in the forecast for Tuesday, ahead of a chilly Thanksgiving. 

After some drips in the morning, Tuesday will see a high of around 41 degrees in the Twin Cities. The blustery breezes will fall off overnight, and Wednesday will be warmer with a high of around 50 degrees and sunshine with a veil of high clouds. 

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Then a northern flow kicks in for Thursday and it'll get cold. A high of 34 degrees is in the forecast for Thanksgiving, with highs in the mid-30s likely for the holiday weekend. 

Here's your seven-day forecast: