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After a weekend of bone-chilling temperatures, the Dakotas are expected to emerge from the deep freeze as the week wears on

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BISMARCK, North Dakota — After a weekend of bone-chilling temperatures, the Dakotas are expected to emerge from the deep freeze as the week wears on.

Wind chills dropped into the minus-30s and minus-40s in some areas over the weekend, with high temperatures struggling to surpass zero.

But forecasters say the arctic high pressure system causing the bitter cold is moving east, with temperatures starting to climb Monday as warmer air starts coming in from the south.

The National Weather Service forecast shows that highs Tuesday and Wednesday could be in the 20s and 30s above zero in many areas.

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