NOAA Says We're In For One Hot Summer In Minnesota

YUCK. I guess it's almost time to start looking at houses in Nova Scotia.

HARD PASS on "hotter than usual" for me.

The early forecast for this summer bodes well for those who like it hot. 
NOAA's Climate Prediction Center on Thursday released its monthly and seasonal outlook maps, which have Minnesota seeing warmer-than-normal temperatures into the fall. Much of the U.S. is also expected to see hotter temps this summer. 
Here's the temperature outlook for June, which shows the entire state of Minnesota is likely to be hotter than normal.


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