Warm Weekend Expected, Air Quality to be Poor

August 11, 2018 07:48 AM

Minnesotans can expect a hot, humid weekend, according to KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl.

Dahl said temperatures across the state are likely to reach the 90s. Before Saturday, the Twin Cities had hit 90 degrees three days in a row. KSTP Meteorologist Sam Ryan said the area could see three more days of 90-degree temperatures.

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Dahl said dew points are expected to climb throughout the weekend, making for humid conditions. 

Temperatures on Sunday are expected to reach the 90s as well.

Smoke from Canadian wildfires is also expected to impact weekend conditions. 

RELATED: Poor Air Quality Expected Across Minnesota This Weekend

An air quality alert issued by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is in effect through Sunday. 

The unhealthy air quality can impact those with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, people with heart disease or high blood pressure, children and old adults and people who spend extended time outdoors.

Things will cool down just a bit Tuesday, with a possibility of thunderstorms.

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