An excessive heat watch has been issued.
The severe potential increases this afternoon.
Highs near 90 in southern Minnesota with dew points in the 70s.
Cambridge and South St. Paul were crowned champions, per NWS stats.
We asked the National Weather Service if it's accurate.
The big day is here and it looks like the heat will live up to the hype.
The Twin Cities could reach a heat index value of 110 degrees.
The National Weather Service says the heat could arrive in a week.
Sorry, dads. It's gonna be thick out there.
It's going to be a sweltering summer, isn't it?
When it's hot in May, summers that follow are typically scorchers.
It sets multiple records, including the earliest 100-degree reading ever.
File this one down as your stat of the day.
There's also a chance for hail and high winds for parts of Minnesota.
High temps in Minneapolis could be record-breaking.
With the heat comes a risk for severe storms on Thursday.
Thursday looks to be the hottest, stormiest day of the bunch.