90s on Monday before Slight Dip in Temps

August 13, 2018 07:02 AM

With temperatures in the 90s, Monday will be the hottest day of the week.

KSTP Chief Morning Meteorologist Ken Barlow said it will be the 17th time this year temperatures have risen to 90 degrees or higher.


However, Barlow said that number isn't "even close" to the record number of 90-degree days. He said that record was set during the summer of 1988, with 44 days that had temperatures in the 90s.

Track state temps here

Barlow said temperatures are expected to drop slightly during the rest of the week.

He added isolated thunderstorms could move through the state Tuesday, bringing cooler air with them.


Rebecca Omastiak

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


Scott County Attorney's Office rules Shakopee officer was justified in use of deadly force

Coroner's office: At least 1 dead in Illinois shooting

Court files juror questionnaire in Noor case

Trump declares national emergency to build border wall

St. Paul man charged with third-degree murder in connection to fatal overdose