Students have returned to school in Minneapolis amid some of the most sweltering conditions of the summer. Minneapolis public schools have 18 buildings that lack air conditioning and another 11 with only limited cooling, so schools are providing water to help keep students and staff cool and hydrated.
Relief from the hot, sticky weather isn't expected anytime soon. The dew point in the "Lutefisk Capital" of Madison was 86 Sunday night - a mark not seen for a dozen years. Here in St. Cloud we had dew points of at least 82 on Sunday night.
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