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.
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Twin Cities temp Friday breaks record high
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.
As heat wave lingers, so does bad air quality
Friday looks like another of those muggy days that keep air pollution trapped near the ground. The Pollution Control Agency has issued an air quality advisory for the Twin Cities and Rochester from noon to midnight. Conditions got bad enough on Wednesday that the agency upgraded its advisory to a health alert.
Mercury on the rise, July heat wave returns
Steamy weather is back in the headlines as temperatures are expected to approach triple digits again this week. The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for central and southern Minnesota on Monday. That's when afternoon heat indices are expected to hit the 95 to 105 degree range across much of the state.
Air quality alert in Twin Cities, high fire risk in Minnesota Friday
Steamy temps and low humidity is making air quality poor and increasing the risk of wildfires.
Powerful winter storm to miss Twin Cities metro
The National Weather Service is watching a potent storm system that could bring up to a foot-and-a-half of snow to some areas along the Canadian/North Dakota border. Several warnings, watches and advisories are already issued for most of North Dakota and parts of far northwestern Minnesota through Saturday night.
Weather Service warns of fire and frost
The National Weather Service says very dry and windy weather will create elevated to critical fire weather conditions across parts of Minnesota. The southern two-thirds of the state is under the most serious wildfire warning. Separately, frost is possible across much of the state Monday night.
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