Hot and muggy will give way to cooler temps in the Twin Cities

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  • Updated: September 9, 2013 - 9:50 PM

Unseasonably hot weather pushed Monday’s high temperature in the Twin Cities to 94 degrees, just shy of tying the 95-degree record for the date set in 1947.

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patrickt1969Sep. 9, 1310:17 AM

It's 10:15 a.m. and it's still murky and foggy in downtown Minneapolis. I don't think we're going to be getting anywhere close to upper 90s today. Once again, the weather people can't even predict 24 hours in advance.

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frommychairSep. 9, 1310:44 AM

I undersand today the kindergarten children will attend school for the first day in Minneapolis. In those elementary schools that have air conditioning throughout the entire building that shouldn't be a problem. For all other schools, it will be another long slog of a day. Getting air conditioning for all schools is a no-brainer necessity to help kids learn. The computer rooms have air conditioners so the equipment won't over heat, too bad the people don't have the same. Of course, money is a problem. The city and state are going through some tough times and money is tight. Unless, of course, you consider a billion dollar football stadium. Let the kids suffer, and the football players make hundreds of thousands of dollars in air conditioned football comfort. Ah, Minnesota, when will you learn to take care of your people first and your image second?

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sooofedupSep. 9, 1312:35 PM

There's heat?

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pokey2007Sep. 9, 1310:08 PM

"Gift" the classrooms without a/c with 80# of ice cubes and plastic cups. Teachers will be doing the best they can - lights off, frequent water cooler breaks, etc. You can help...weather is not something we can dictate, but helping is.

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