An excessive heat warning remains in place for much of Minnesota through Tuesday night, but the National Weather Service says that there isn’t a lot of relief expected until Thursday. The official high temperature of 92-degrees in New Ulm on Sunday was 5-degrees short of the record high, but many records elsewhere in the state were broken, including in the Twin Cities. It is expected to be another record-breaker today (MON) across Minnesota, so make sure you stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and avoid over-exerting yourself outdoors.
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