Friday's temperature of 93 degrees measured at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport broke the record high of 91 degrees, set on this date in 1911. Friday also marked the hottest day in the Twin Cities since Sept. 12 of last year, and it looks like another hot day is in store for Minnesotans on Saturday.
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A high of 93-degrees in the Twin Cities Wednesday triggered heat and air-quality warnings, but the metro wasn't the only area to feel the heat: The National Weather Service also issued heat advisories for southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
Summer in Twin Cities 3rd warmest on record
The National Weather Service said Friday that the meteorological summer months of June, July and August in Minneapolis and St. Paul were the third warmest on record. During the period, the average temperature in the Twin Cities was 74.8 degrees, 3.5 degrees above average. Only the summers of 1988 and 1933 were warmer in the metro.
For second time this week, Twin Cities hits 100 degrees
Following a record high of 101 degrees on the 4th of July, the Twin Cities metro area has been blasted with another 100-degree day. Despite a forecast of a 90 degree day by the National Weather Service Thursday morning, the temperature at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport hit 100 degrees by 3 p.m.
Stretch of record highs this week... enjoy!
According to the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities, parts of Minnesota will get a taste of May weather this week. Some clouds and light rain will linger Monday before a stretch of record high temperatures in the 60s and 70s moves in for the rest of the work week. That's about 30 degrees above normal.
March heat wave continues to shatter records
It's crazy. But it keeps happening. Insanely warm March weather broke records again this weekend. The Twin Cities had the earliest-ever 80-degree reading. Even the nation's icebox - International Falls - turned in a steamy 77 degrees, breaking the previous record for the date by 22 degrees. Duluth, Fargo, Rochester, St. Cloud, and Winona all set records, as well. Some much needed rain is expected late Sunday through Wednesday, with temperatures cooling down in the 60s for most of the work week.
Record high temps expected for July 4; Canterbury Park cancels races
Minnesota is grilling up near-record high temperatures this Fourth of July holiday. Expect about 100 degrees, with dewpoints in the mid-70s that create a heat index up to 112 degrees Wednesday afternoon. Topping 100 is rare in the metro – it's only been done four times since 1990, WCCO says.
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