Heat Wave Day #6
Another 90+ day today makes six in a row, the longest stretch of 90s this summer. That makes 15 days of 90 degree heat this summer above the average of 13 days.
A weak frontal boundary is kicking off scattered showers and thunderstorms through tonight. There is a slight risk a few of the storms will pack high winds and hail.
-Latest Twin Cities radar loop
–Latest watches and warnings from Twin Cities National Weather Service
The best chance for any severe storms will be north of the metro. Here’s the risk area from NOAA.
The good news? The heat advisory finally ends at 9 p.m. tonight.
Two more hot days
Temps will push 90 again Friday and Saturday before a cool front arrives with our next best chance of rain Saturday night. We’ll enjoy temps back into the 70s…and comfy dew points in the 40s and 50s by Labor Day.
Climate Cast live at the Fair at 10 a.m. Friday
Come out and enjoy a visit with Kerri Miller, Tom Weber and the Daily Circuit crew as we do a special hour long State fair version of Climate Cast Friday at 10 a.m.
I will join the crew along with our guest climate specialist John Abraham from the University of St. Thomas to talk all things climate change and how those changes are affecting Minnesota.
We are at the MPR booth on Judson. Hope to see you there!