This information won't surprise you, but it could save you heat-related health trouble on Wednesday and Thursday: Inver Grove Heights and the Twin Cities are under renewed advisories for heat and bad air quality.
Monday's weather hit a record 99 degrees and Tuesday also topped out at 90+ degrees. The worst news: The rest of the week looks like more of the same.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency on Tuesday extended its air-pollution health advisory and the National Weather Service extended its heat advisory to cover the next three days—expiring, for now, at 10 p.m. Thursday.
Temperatures in the low- to mid-90s will combine with dewpoints in the low 70s for heat index readings around 105.
For more about air pollution and avoiding health effects from it, see this Minnesota Pollution Control Agency web page.
For more about staying healthy in the heat, .