Severe thunderstorms with heavy rain and frequent lightning caused delays for air travelers Friday in the Twin Cities.
You may not have known by the weather Thursday, but a heat wave is coming. Extreme heat is expected in Minnesota over the weekend and into next week.
Like the title of Stevie Wonder’s album said, “Hotter Than July.” Only in this case, July’s going to prove hot enough.
A heat wave is causing road surfaces to buckle in the Twin Cities and leading to a slow rush-hour commute.
The next two days will be well above average with highs of 47 and 49 degrees.