With the thermometer in the 90′s, there are few tougher jobs than fighting a fire. But that’s what firefighters had to do in Shakopee Sunday.
Temperatures around the state are pushing the mid- to upper-90s with dew points expected to reach a downright tropical feel by Wednesday night. Whether you’re working in it, or simply outside enjoying summer, some common sense will keep you from trouble.
Not only is it expected to be extra hot in Minnesota on Wednesday, the Twin Cities and Rochester have also been put under an air pollution health advisory.
With the hot weather that’s expected in the Twin Cities on Wednesday, it serves as a good reminder to check the quality of your air conditioner if you’re lucky enough to have on at home.
Korey Stringer’s widow Kelci appeared on the CBS Morning Show today promoting safety in hot weather.
The end of the heat wave couldn’t come soon enough for Minnesota turkey growers.
For millions of people enduring this week’s extreme heat and humidity, it feels like they’re living in a pressure cooker. And in a sense, they are.
Inside Neil Koepp’s hog barns south of Belle Plaine, even the gentle breezes can’t quell the sweltering summer heat. He’s raising 6,200 hogs for market and they would normally be eating a lot of feed.
MnDOT crews are repairing a section of Interstate 90 near Luverne in southwestern Minnesota after hot, humid weather caused the pavement to fail.
Xcel Energy has set a new record for demand in the current heat wave as some customers cope with outages.
The Schwan’s USA Cup youth soccer tournament is adjusting Tuesday’s game schedule because of Minnesota’s hot, steamy weather.
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.
For the second straight day, temperatures in the 90s and high humidity put the heat index in excess of 100 degrees.
Swimming pools and air-conditioned spots are likely to be popular places Thursday and Friday in the Twin Cities when the scorching temperatures and humidity will combine to create heat indices of more than 100 degrees.