The numbers don’t lie. It doesn’t take a whole lot of research to discover that July and August are the hottest months for residents in Minnesota. So if you are suffering from the heat, you still have a ways to go for the cooler days of fall. If you are plagued by hot, sweaty and sleepless nights, you may want to consider having an air conditioning unit installed. If your a/c is not working, you should probably call your St. Paul air conditioning service company as these sweltering temperatures are here to stay for awhile. So if you are suffering the heat but think the worst of summer is behind you, think again.
Here are a few numbers worth a little consideration. On August 1st of 1988, the record temperature of 105.1 degrees was recorded. The second highest temperature in St. Paul was July 31st of that same year. On that day the temperature soared to 104 degrees Fahrenheit. The warmest months in St. Paul are July and August. The warmest month on average in St. Paul was recorded in July of 2012 with an average temperature of 92.2 degrees Fahrenheit. Our point is that hot temperatures will dominate St. Paul for several more weeks. So if you are suffering now because of a broken air conditioner, relief is still far away.
There is something else to consider, September doesn’t mean temperatures automatically drop to comfortable levels. If you think you can hold out until September for cooler temperatures, you may want to reconsider that thought. It is not uncommon for 90 degree weather in September and the average September temperature is still in the 80’s.
It’s hot and it will remain hot for some time, something to consider if your air conditioner is not working.