Twin Cities warmer than these warm climate cities today
MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - The Twin Cities will see potentially record-breaking temperatures on Wednesday that could see a high of 84, possibly surpassing the record of 83 degrees set in 1931.
It’s so warm, in fact, that Minneapolis will see a higher temperature on Wednesday than several traditionally warm climate cities, including:
- Los Angeles — high of 65 degrees on Wednesday
- San Diego — high of 60 degrees
- Orlando — high of 77 degrees
- Houston — high of 77 degrees
- New Orleans — high of 68 degrees
- Tampa — high of 76 degrees
Temperatures in the Twin Cities will stay warm before returning to the historic average in the 50s for this time of year.
Here's a look at the seven-day forecast:
It’s so warm, in fact, that Minneapolis will see a higher temperature today than several traditionally warm climate cities