Wait, what happened to spring in the Twin Cities?
Thursday's forecasted heat could come close to breaking the daily Twin Cities record of 90, set in 1961.
Flashback: 10 days ago, the high was 50. It feels like we've missed out on spring, and the data backs that up.
By the numbers: We've had just nine days with high temperates between 60 and 72 degrees between March 1 and May 10, according to data from the Midwestern Regional Climate Center.
- We normally get about 16 days of those pleasant temperatures in that span of time.
The good news: 60s and 70s will be back next week, according to the NWS forecast.
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