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Temperature History - Jun 7

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  Today Normal Record 6/7/2015
High 78° 76° 103° (2011) 83°
Low 58° 56° 35° (1998) 66°


Sunrise / Sunset Illustration

Rises at 5:27 AM with 15:31 of sunlight, then sets at 8:58 PM


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Moonrise / Moonset Illustration

Rises at 8:17 AM with 14:57 of moolight, then sets at 11:14 PM

Minneapolis Weather Report

Minneapolis: June to bring drier weather following wet end of May

May 30, 2016; 9:05 PM ET

The final days of May have brought wet, unsettled weather to the Minneapolis area, but a flip in the weather pattern will promote dry conditions during the opening days of June. more >

FOX 9 Minneapolis Headlines

Toxic blue-green algae blooming earlier

As Memorial Day weekend kicked off the unofficial start to summer, the state wants residents to stay away from toxic algae.

Toxic blue-green algae blooms are occurring earlier in the season, according to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and Department of Health. Officials say two toxic blooms have already been reported in May.

"Traditionally, we didn't see these algal blooms until mid-to-late summer," said Risikat Adesaogum, a spokesperson for the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. "Last year, we had a couple hospitalizations of children, we had a couple dogs die as well. This is a pretty serious issue."

It can be difficult to spot toxic algae from non-toxic algae, so officials suggest avoiding waters with a pea soup or green paint appearance -- or smelly water.

Blue-green algae can cause children to get sick, and can kill dogs. Symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, rash, difficulty breathing, general weakness, and seizures.

Woman set on fire in St. Paul

Investigators: Home at last