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Cool off, but be smart around the water

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The numbers from the Minnesota Climatology Working Group prove it. With average daily temperature highs of 82 and 79 respectively, July and August are Central Minnesota's hottest months.

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Unfortunately, some numbers from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources show these months also can be the deadliest for drownings.

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