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Temperatures likely to turn colder but maybe not as brutally cold as December

Cold — and possibly arctic — air will return. However, StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler doesn't think brutal cold will be widespread. He also doesn't expect big storms in the next two weeks.

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Cold — and possibly arctic — air will return as January ends and February begins. However, StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler doesn't think brutal cold will be quite as widespread as in December, and he also doesn't expect much in the way of big storms in the next two weeks.

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StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler said bitter cold is retreating from the northern Plains faster than anticipated. But little in the way of snow or other precipitation is expected for region.
StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says frigid weather will persist for several weeks in the north, with little snow in the Dakotas and Minnesota. Meanwhile, the south could be in for some rain.
StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler said cold weather will be returning to the region, and a changing pattern could move storms back into the Midwest toward the end of January.
The arctic air has retreated, and it should stay gone, says StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler. But that doesn't mean it won't be cold, and there are some snow chances in the forecast.
StormTRACKER meteorologist Jared Piepenburg gives his two-week outlook for the northern Plains, which includes a departure from arctic cold and some chances for precipitation.
Expect light accumulations of snow to fall throughout the rest of December.

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