Northlanders Beating the Heat
People were inside and outside finding ways to stay cool.
DULUTH, Minn. – Northlanders are doing their best to cope with the climbing temperatures in the best ways they could.
One way people were out was by the old standby, ice cream, at Love Creamery in West Duluth.
“We have always 12 flavors and many of them are constantly changing so there’s always something new here and we had a line to the door yesterday and people are always looking for great ice cream to beat the heat,” said Angie Miller, a scooper at Love Creamery.
Other people chose to go inside the air conditioning for their recreation.
At Adventure Zone in Duluth, there are plenty of options for a day that is hot and humid.
“We have a lot of options we have a lot of packages and a little bit for all ages whether it’s our arcade or our redemption kids can shop for prizes, we have laser tag to batting cages which get used quite a bit,” Tony Boen, the director of operations at Grandma’s Restaurant Company.
Meanwhile for people braving the heat outside.
Brighton Beach was among the busy places with a lot of people enjoying Lake Superior.
“We came out here just because it’s so hot and humid here in Duluth and it’s a great way to cool off especially with our dog here who is used to colder temperatures so it’s nice to get down to the lake. It’s so beautiful how do you not love it,” said Jena Kessler, a Duluth resident.
The heat is expected to stay for at least