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Wed Jun 9, 2021, 04:23 PM

Minneapolis, MN. Hot AF!

Ok I know that we get occasionally weird weather but this week of mid to high 90’s in the first week or two of June feels off. Late July or August? Sure that happens but early June?

And I also know that isolated weather incidents are not indicative of climate change but maybe if we can let people know that this is what it could be like a hell of a lot more often and worse if we don’t do something soon, maybe then people wipp start to listen. Probably not though.

One thing I do know though. The earth will correct itself one way or another and wiping us off the face of the planet is not an unrealistic option for mother earth. I do think things like covid and other happenings are ways that nature deals with over population so I wouldn’t be surprised to see more things like that and other natural disasters start to kill off humans. Including excessive heat.

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Reply Minneapolis, MN. Hot AF! (Original post)
CrackityJones75 Jun 2021 OP
TheRealNorth Jun 2021 #1
CrackityJones75 Jun 2021 #4
NickB79 Jun 2021 #2
CrackityJones75 Jun 2021 #5
John Ludi Jun 2021 #3
CrackityJones75 Jun 2021 #7
MineralMan Jun 2021 #6
CrackityJones75 Jun 2021 #8
MineralMan Jun 2021 #9
BGBD Jun 2021 #10

Response to CrackityJones75 (Original post)

Wed Jun 9, 2021, 04:48 PM

1. One thing that is way off

The nighttime temperatures have been above 70 degrees. So things are not cooling off at night like they normally would. On fact, we have been setting records for the highest daily low for the past 3 days (as of yesterday).

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Response to TheRealNorth (Reply #1)

Thu Jun 10, 2021, 10:25 AM

4. yeah it is nuts.

There is very little relief at night as well.

Going up to at least 97 again today

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Response to CrackityJones75 (Original post)

Wed Jun 9, 2021, 05:06 PM

2. Dry as hell too

I'm on a well, so I can water my gardens more, but damn.

I built a shade structure for my koi pond; the water is getting so hot that tadpoles are dying by the hundreds That's AFTER overflowing it with cool hose water every night. Next step is dumping in ice every day!

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Response to NickB79 (Reply #2)

Thu Jun 10, 2021, 10:26 AM

5. Oh no!

Sorry to hear about the tadpoles!

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Response to CrackityJones75 (Original post)

Wed Jun 9, 2021, 07:01 PM

3. I concur...

the planet moves slowly, but inexorably, in response to injury. This party's just started.

Here in SW WI, it's been in the 90's much of the last week...the rest of June looks like there won't be much of a break...more into the 80's. This is July and August weather.

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Response to John Ludi (Reply #3)

Thu Jun 10, 2021, 10:27 AM

7. Agreed.

If we keep seeing yearly creep up like this it is scary where we are headed.

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Response to CrackityJones75 (Original post)

Thu Jun 10, 2021, 10:26 AM

6. It has been a strange week in the Twin Cities, for sure.

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Response to MineralMan (Reply #6)

Thu Jun 10, 2021, 10:28 AM

8. Agreed MM

Stay cool man.

On days like these I try to think about late January and early February and shoveling/snowblowing.

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Response to CrackityJones75 (Reply #8)

Thu Jun 10, 2021, 10:33 AM

9. I'm doing my best. Getting all outside chores done early

in the morning.

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Response to CrackityJones75 (Original post)

Thu Jun 10, 2021, 10:43 AM

10. June records in Minnesota...

 


June
Date High Low Coldest High Warmest Low Precip Snow
1 92/1939 37/1946 51/1945 72/1939 2.37/2014 –
2 93/1940 35/1946 44/1945 70/1923 2.00/1897 –
3 92/1923 34/1945 53/1990 70/1898 1.71/1914 – Warmest
4 97/2021 38/1998* 56/2002 73/2021 1.92/1880 – Avg. Temp
5 99/2021 40/2000 50/1935 78/2021 2.59/1944 – 78.0/1933
6 97/2011 36/1897 52/2009 76/2021 1.59/1974 –
7 103/2011 35/1998 55/1901 78/2011 2.91/1984 –
8 102/1985 36/1885 54/1937 77/2021 2.12/1918 – Coldest
9 96/2021 39/1915* 56/1998 75/2021 2.33/1927 – Avg. Temp
10 99/1956 40/1877 55/1945 77/2017 1.77/1874 – 61.4/1945
11 96/1956 40/1903 55/1877 74/1956 2.58/1975 –
12 95/1956 39/1877 51/1929 72/1920 2.35/1899 –
13 100/1956 37/1969 49/1947 77/1956 2.37/2001 – Wettest
14 98/1987 44/1927* 60/1917 73/1893 2.48/1924 – 11.67/1874
15 95/2018 41/1989 61/1945 71/2007 2.80/1874 –
16 97/1933 43/1961 60/1972 72/1933 2.16/1935 –
17 97/1933 42/1960 54/1876 75/1921 1.72/1883 – Driest
18 98/1953 39/1876 50/1876 74/1931 1.37/2020 – 0.22/1988
19 100/1933 41/1950 56/1946 75/1933 4.13/2014 –
20 98/1933 41/1992 54/1946 75/1943 1.92/1927 –
21 95/1910 39/1992 59/1906 74/1943 2.95/2002 – Most Snow
22 98/1911 42/1960 57/1906 75/1923 2.12/1930 – —-
23 99/1937* 44/1972 63/2011 80/2005 2.52/1873 –
24 101/1988 44/1972 59/1928 76/1954 2.36/1911 –
25 98/1934 46/1957 63/1968 75/1901 2.88/1978 – Least Snow
26 99/1931 46/1926 55/1968 78/1931 2.54/1998 – —-
27 104/1934 44/1925 61/1911 79/1933 2.00/1953 –
28 102/1931 47/1924* 64/1923 82/1931 2.33/1920 –
29 102/1931 47/1924 64/1959 83/1931 3.48/1877 –
30 100/1931 47/1892 56/1959 82/1931 1.56/1978 –


this year has set a couple of records. It's been a long time since there were many coldest records set though.

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