Heat indexes as high as 115 recorded in Minnesota Tuesday
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Heat indexes as high as 115 were recorded in Minnesota on Tuesday.
According to the National Weather Service:
Mankato reached a heat index of 108, with New Ulm right behind that at 107. In St. James, the heat index reached 105 degrees, while Waseca’s hit a heat index of 100.
The hottest index came from Hutchinson, at 115 degrees. In southern Minnesota, Redwood Falls wasn’t far behind the top spot. The city recorded a heat index of 113 degrees. Fairmont was also plenty warm, with a heat index of 108.
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