Minnesotans are known for making the most of all kinds of weather, even extreme heat. Photojournalist Nick Lunemann traveled to Stillwater to find out how (1:14). WCCO 4 News At 10 - June 10, 2021
- Well, Minnesotans are known for making the worst of all kinds of weather, even extreme heat. Photojournalist Nick Lunemann traveled to Stillwater to find out how.
- Terrible. It's terribly hot.
- This is usually like August weather.
- Yeah, I don't know about this early in June. Probably in July and August. I think it was like 98 maybe, or something. 97, 98. Hot. It feels hotter than that.
- Feels like 100 degrees.
- Ice cream.
- I looked right before we got ice cream. I'm like, our ice cream is going to melt.
- May not melt in my mouth, but it's melting on my hands.
- We are trying to stay cool eating ice cream.
- It's not that humid today. I looked. It was only 36.
- And it's really hot, so we needed to cool off a little bit.
- Bon Bons.
- Bon Bons.
- [INAUDIBLE] to the crash.
- It's not fun. I don't like it. I think for more of a cooler temperature.
- Standing in the sun, it's like burning your skin.
- And I don't really mind the heat, even though it is warm because we haven't gotten in the 90s for, I don't know, a long time, it seems like.