MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Minnesota’s hot streak continues on Sunday and there is no relief in sight.
The Twin Cities hit a high of 93 degrees, with dew points in the lower range of 60. It gets similarly warm across the state.
A heat warning is in place in the twin cities through 9 p.m. Tuesday, and WCCO meteorologist Katie Steiner said the National Weather Service could extend it.
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Temperatures will likely stay in the 90s for the whole week and dew points are expected to keep rising.
Parts of central and northern Minnesota are at low risk of severe thunderstorms.
On Saturday, the Twin Cities experienced a record heat of 99 degrees. The previous daily high of 92 was reached in 1911 and 1925.