MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Transportation is repairing Twin Cities roads after high heat caused pavements to buckle.
Temperatures soared into the 90s across southern Minnesota on Monday.
KSTP-TV reports MnDOT crews are fixing Twin Cities roads that are buckling in the hot weather, especially Interstate 94 and Lowry Avenue North.
At 6 p.m. Monday, temperatures ranged from 95 degrees in the Twin Cities to 100 in Marshall, in southwest Minnesota.
An excessive heat warning is in effect for Hennepin and Ramsey counties until 7 a.m. Wednesday.
Information from: KSTP-TV, http://www.kstp.com