That Park Nicollet Urget Care is open until 5 pm today- I would go soon, they are the only ones I know of in this area open Sundays, and we usually end up with a 2 hr wait. With my son, high fevers are common. At 8 months on Christmas Eve morning at 5 am it was 106, so obviously that was straight to the ER. Until he was about 1 1/2 I brought him to the ER when he got high fevers, but last Feb. he had a 104.7 and by the time Southdale Peds called me back, I had gotten it down the same way the hospital does (both advil and tylenol alternating every 3 hours, clothes off, and fed him a mr. freeze- popsicles work too). So they just said bring him to the ER if it went back up. I've been through it enough times with my son who ONLY gets really high fevers, that it doesn't scare me as much anymore (still scary though!). Every time it is that high, it is a virus and there is nothing you can do about it but wait. First one was Rotavirus, which is a bad stomach virus. But they always do the same thing, and it has never required antibiotics. For him, if it is a bacterial infection, he usually has lower fevers around 101-102. When they go high, it USUALLY means virus for him, but not always. He had strep last thanksgiving (Yes- my son is sick for every holiday it seems like! And like your daugher- only when the clinic is closed!) I didn't realize that vommiting in young kids is a sign of strep, and thought it was a stomach virus so kept him at home sleeping and trying to get fluids in him all day (it started about 1 am). Finally I brought him into southdale peds at about 8 pm and it turned out to be Strep. That fever is the only one that kept going up after advil- which was my reason for brining him in, and was about 104. It takes time- but you will get to know the signs for your child of whether they need to be seen or not. Some people don't agree with me- but I would rather go to urgent care every time I am not sure, than put it off and be in the ER later and regret waiting. I don't take him in over every little thing- but I get a certain feeling that something is wrong and that is my sign to bring him in. I even have gotten that feeling when he was asleep and fine before bed- I couldn't fall asleep because I felt like I needed to take his temp., and when I finally did it was 105. 2 hours before that he was completely normal- I think as a parent you can sense when there is something wrong, and I have learned to just go with my feelings and ignore the nurses sometimes (when he had strep, they didn't want me to bring him in but I said too bad and did anyway- when they saw him they changed their mind). You know your child, if you feel like she should be seen, take her in. Good luck, I hope she feels better soon, and hopefully you won't be spending your weekends this way anymore!