With temperatures in the 90′s many Twins fans took refuge, out of their seats, and found shade to watch the game at Target Field Sunday.
In the land of giant ice castles, where auto makers test their vehicles against extreme cold and people play hockey year-round, it’s not uncommon to hear some griping about the weather.
The Twins have dealt with rain and storms in their outdoor stadium, but never have they dealt with excessive heat and humidity rolled into one.
The polar bears at Como Zoo are feeling the heat, but don’t seem to mind.
Another sticky, sweaty summer day was upon us but it could have been worse if it wasn’t for cloud cover.
For some in Minnesota, hot weather means hot business.
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When they heard Monday’s weather report called for oppressive heat and humidity, runners Catherine Jacobs and Jill Boyfen got their workout in early.