It is summer in the summer of this weekend in a large part of Minnesota, because the heat index values in parts of the state can rise to almost 100 degrees.
The National Weather Service has issued a heat review for the Twin Cities metro area on Saturday afternoon, for the combination of above-normal temperatures and high humidity.
It is expected that the temperature in the advice zone on Saturday afternoon will rise in the 1990s, with dew points in the lower years & # 39; 70. This can create heat index values of 95 to 100 degrees.
The advice includes the following provinces: Hempin, Ramsey, Washington, Dakota, Carver, Scott, Wright and Anoka.
The average high temperature in the Twin Cities for this time of the year is about 72 degrees. The record high before September 15 is 98 degrees, determined in 1939.
High temperatures can reach the 90's on Sunday in the south of Minnesota, with a constant drop in temperatures: 80s on Monday, 70s on Monday and perhaps only in the 60's on Tuesday.
Cooler conditions have been predicted for Northern Minnesota this weekend, with highlights in the 60s and 70s and a chance of showers and storms on Saturday night.