With warm weather finally back in Minnesota, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is opening most of their wading pools for children, families and parents in the Twin Cities.
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board says there’s just one thing keeping them from opening ice rinks in the city — the weather. City officials say park crews require temperatures at 20 degrees or below non-stop for 10-straight days in order to make ice to open their 47 rinks.
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) has temporarily closed all of its outdoor ice rinks due to uncooperative weather conditions.
Minneapolis Parks and Recreation crews will begin opening rinks Wednesday.
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) has announced that area beaches are now open, but lifeguards are not on duty until June 9.