Minnesota

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Makwa 17 Reviews 718 reads
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It's true.  But snow in late spring and summer would likely just be the far northern portions of the state and not stay long.  I would likely not be the Twin Cities.  

Never been and always wanted to visit great state of  Minnesota.

So, question to ya all .. June or July?  Will the snow be gone by then? :)

Lina

73-Jake1491 reads

The glacier ice pack is still about 500ft deep.

We didn't get much snow here this year temperatures have been quite warm this spring.  July tends to be a very hot and humid month.  Its usually warm and sunny in both months so unless you were planning on seeing some festival or event it probably wont matter too much.  Enjoy your visit.  


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BunnyPhallus602 reads

So YOU can be pretty hot in July? Is that when you are the horniest?

We get plenty of humidity here in NYC .. can really do without it lol

Off to call Samantha to plot something :)

Lina

But the only month that has never had snow fall in the state was July.

I was kinda joking about the snow but I see it is no joke.

Lina

Posted By: dddbabe
I was kinda joking about the snow but I see it is no joke.

Lina

And she filled me in on your current heat wave situations.

I guess I will have to find a hotel with outdoor pool when I am there.

Wonder if they will let me sunbathe topless ...

Lina

It's true.  But snow in late spring and summer would likely just be the far northern portions of the state and not stay long.  I would likely not be the Twin Cities.  

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