How Kids Are Dealing With The Heat Wave

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

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- 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.

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- 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.

- 95.

- Feels like 100 degrees.

- Sweltering.

- 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.

- Twist.

- 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.