MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota’s scorching streak continues Sunday, and there’s no reduction in sight. The Nationwide Climate Service has simply prolonged the top advisory already in impact within the Twin Cities for one more few days this week.
The Twin Cities will see a excessive of 93 levels, with dew factors within the low 60s. Will probably be equally heat throughout the state.
A warmth advisory is in impact within the Twin Cities till 8 p.m. Thursday; earlier on Sunday, the NWS prolonged it from its unique finish date Tuesday.
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Temperatures will probably keep within the 90s all through the week, and dew factors are anticipated to maintain climbing.
There’s a marginal danger of extreme thunderstorms in components of central and northern Minnesota.
On Saturday, the Twin Cities noticed record-setting warmth, reaching 99 levels. The earlier every day excessive of 92 was set in 1911 and 1925.