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Dangerous heat bakes Minnesota, 100º possible

A heat advisory is in effect until 9 p.m. Monday for most of Minnesota. The National Weather Service says Monday afternoon high temperatures are expected to exceed triple digits.
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A heat advisory is in effect until 9 p.m. Monday for most of Minnesota. The National Weather Service says Monday afternoon high temperatures are expected to exceed triple digits.

MPR notes this would be the third 100 degree day at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport this summer -- the most since 1988. The Twin Cities has also had 20 days at or above 90 degrees.

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