Cool off, but be smart around the water
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.
Unfortunately, some numbers from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources show these months also can be the deadliest for drownings.
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