MSP Reached Earliest 100-Degree Day Monday
It's official -- Memorial Day was hot as...well...it's ever been.
With a 100-degree temperature reading by 2:10pm Monday, May 28 the Twin Cities set multiple records including first 100-degree day in nearly six years, record high for May 28 and earliest 100-degree day ever recorded in the Cities.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is considered the official weather hub for the Twin Cities. The last time the temperature read 100 or above was July 6, 2012 when it reached 102 degrees. The all-time record high for the Twin Cities is May 31, 1934 when it reached 105 degrees.
And, lest you forgot, just six weeks ago the Twin Cities woke up to 15-20 inches of snow. Minnesota weather, eh?