High Temps, Humidity Prompt Central Minnesota Heat Advisory
Thursday’s gonna be a hot one across Minnesota!
The National Weather Service Office in Chanhassen forecasts temperatures in the 90s and high humidity will create some uncomfortable — if not dangerous — heat indices.
The heat and humidity will make it feel like it’s as hot as 110-degrees Thursday.
Make sure you keep hydrated, have a cool place to be and consider some recommendations from the National Weather Service, too.