Tips To Save Money On Energy Bills During Hot WeatherIt's one of the highest energy days of the season for Xcel Energy. But there are some simple ways to make sure your home pulls less from the power grid.
Minnesota Weather: Friday Could Be First 90-Degree Day In 257 DaysThe last time we were above 90 degrees was back on September 15, 2018.
Heat & Humidity Forcing Game Time Changes For Football, SoccerExpected temperatures near 90 and high humidity on Saturday are forcing time changes for football and soccer games.
What Causes Humidity?The high temperature on Friday is expected to be 98 degrees. But it’s going to feel closer to 105 degrees with all the humidity.
Heat Wave Impacting Twin Cities SchoolsThis comes after the Twin Cities made it to 100 degrees Monday, for the first time in nearly six years.
How Common Are Minnesota Heat Waves?The Twin Cities entered its fifth day of 90 degrees or more on Monday. Minnesotans know that’s rare for this time of year, but what about the rest of the summer? So, how common are Minnesota heat waves? Good Question.
MSP Temps Reach 100, Only 2nd Recorded Time In MayThis is the earliest we've seen a 100-degree day in the Twin Cities in recorded history. Previously, the record was May 31.
Roads Buckle In Heat Wave, Air Advisory IssuedRecord high temperatures were recorded Sunday across Wisconsin, Minnesota and the Dakotas.
After Storm Clean-Up, Twin Cities Residents Try To Beat The HeatPeople across the Twin Cities weathered Thursday night's storm. Now, they'll try and beat the 90-degree heat that's coming our way.
Heat Index Could Exceed 100 Degrees Monday In Western MinnesotaIf you're going to be outside Monday afternoon, be warned that it's going to be extremely hot in parts of Minnesota.
Have You Considered An Energy Efficient Air Conditioner?Among the reasons to upgrade to an energy-efficient model: you can get up to $450 back in a rebate from Xcel Energy.
State Fair-Goers Finding Ways To Beat The HeatBoth fair-goers and the workers in the food booths are doing everything possible to stay cool.
Metro Area Swelters Under Excessive HeatIn Minnesota, the heat is bittersweet. It's a welcome break from the winter season, but the dog days of summer can also be dangerous.
Heat Blast Settles Into Minnesota As People Search For ReliefDangerously high heat and humidity is settling into Minnesota. Temperatures are feeling like 105 degrees because of the high level of humidity.
Twin Cities Under Excessive Heat Watch Wednesday-FridayEnjoy the sun and average temperatures as we start the week, because it's going to get hot. Dangerously hot.