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Give your air-conditioner a rest – cooler temps have arrived

Following more than a week of intense heat, including two days over 100 degrees, a cool front has hit the Twin Cities and southern Minnesota. Temperatures are expected to be near normal on Saturday with a predicted high of 83 degrees.
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Following more than a week of intense heat, including two days over 100 degrees, a cool front has hit the Twin Cities and southern Minnesota. Temperatures are expected to be near normal on Saturday with a predicted high of 83 degrees.

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