Hot, Humid and Hazy Conditions Continue in Twin Cities

Hot, Humid and Hazy Conditions Continue in Twin Cities Photo: KSTP

May 26, 2018 09:41 PM

KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas says Minnesotans can expect the mercury to continue to rise over the weekend as warm weather remains in the Twin Cities. 

Conditions Saturday include hazy sunshine with temperatures in the mid-90s. The record temperatures set for May 26 is 96 degrees, which was set in 1978. 


RELATED: Stay up to date with the current temperatures 

Sunday is expected to be even warmer, according to Yuhas.

Temperatures could reach the upper-90s, potentially breaking the current record for May 27 temperatures. The record temperature is 96 and was set in 1969. Because of the warm conditions Sunday, the National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for Hennepin and Ramsey counties.

Memorial Day will bring more sunshine, with highs in the mid-90s. There is a chance for thunderstorms later that night. 


Ben Rodgers

Copyright 2018 - KSTP-TV, LLC A Hubbard Broadcasting Company


Uptown VFW Hosts Booth at Pride Festival for First Time

Thousands of Athletes Compete in Special Olympics Summer Games

Missing Savage Man Found Dead

Police Investigate Racist Graffiti Discovered On Wisconsin Homes

Minnesota GOP Chair Says she Faced Racism from Party Leaders