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Record Breaking Heat Continues through Halloween

27 Oct 2016, 3:54 pm

Many areas of the Southern U.S. will be feeling the October heat as temperatures sore to record levels through the weekend and into Halloween. A number of record highs have fallen the last few days in the Southwest and Southeast.


If the temperatures warms a few more degrees in Tucson today, it may set a record for the hottest day this late in the year.

More record highs are likely to fall Friday and Saturday as the heat builds to the east and north through the Rockies and into the Tennessee Valley.


Sat records

For some areas in the Plains and Southeast, kids in Halloween costumes may be sweating it out from the heat instead of shivering from the cold.


In the Southwest, a break from the heat may arrive next week, with much more refreshing temperatures into the beginning of November. Tucson may see highs drop through the 80s and into the 70s, but 90s are likely right through the weekend.

For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels

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