New Record!

How about that. Cleveland’s official temperature actually touched 60°F for three observational hours (8, 9, 10 PM). The record high for Thursday is 60°F set only two years ago. We’ll see just after midnight if we went any higher in between hours. Stay tuned.

Click on the image below to see a close up of the map (courtesy WeatherBell.com). Numbers (forecast highs) with circles around them indicate a new record if these highs are verified.


In the meantime, check out the difference between the deep arctic chill in North Dakota vs. the record-setting warmth in the deep southeast!

As of 5 p.m. EST:
83°F = Winter Haven, FL
-18°F = Crosby, ND

Difference = 101°F!

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