After sweating out triple-digit heat in Minnesota, Thursday will be worse
Sometimes the only option is to put your face in the freezer.
Scorching temperatures and high humidity on Wednesday made it feel like it was well over 100 degrees in the Twin Cities and much of Minnesota.
On Thursday, it will be worse, with higher temperatures and dew points, prompting an excessive heat warning to remain in effect through Friday. In addition, an air pollution health advisory has been issued for much of the Twin Cities area from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday.