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Unprecedented UK heat, warm MN nights are signs of climate change

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Much about the UK/European heat wave… absolute insanity. 

We will see a hot one today, marking our 13th day this season in the 90s (which is normal for a WHOLE summer). Of course we have at least 1 to 3 more 90s possible this week. 

Some storms are possible late today, mainly north and east of the Twin Cities where there’s a slight risk of severe weather. The cool front sparking those storms will bring some slightly lower dew points and temperatures that will be technically cooler, but we’ll still be near 90 tomorrow. 

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