Heat Breaks Two Long-Standing Records Over Memorial Day Weekend

Near record setting temperatures, storm chances this weekend.

If you're heading to the Memorial Day Parade in Portsmouth or any outdoor ceremonies, make sure you have an umbrella just in case. Low temperatures will remain warm with humid conditions.

Temperatures managed to reach the mid and upper 80s Sunday afternoon.

With the help of extremely sunny skies, Memorial Day in Northeast Ohio is going to be roasting as temperatures near historical records.

MEMORIAL DAY: Our thunderstorm chances now look to subside for Memorial Day, though we will be a bit cooler with mostly cloudy skies. While most of Tropical Storm Alberto's energy will be east, we should have at least an opportunity at some rain.

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A spotty shower or two overnight can't be ruled out as clouds move in overnight. In Philly, there's a slight chance of rain in the morning, while at the Shore, there's a chance of showers in the morning and afternoon. The high climbed to 99 degrees Sunday, breaking the old record of 93 degrees set in 2006.

Wednesday Night: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms.

Low clouds and patchy fog will slowly break, and we'll get some some peeks of sun in the morning, but expect a mainly cloudy AM. Barring several caution laps during the race, we're hopeful any rain chances should hold off until after the checkered flag drops. The chance of showers and thunderstorms is expected to decrease to 20 percent by Thursday evening, which should be mostly cloudy with a low around 73.

Duluth also set a new record high Saturday at 92 degrees breaking a record high of 85 degrees set in 1978, which was tied in the notably warm May of 2014. We keep a low thunderstorm chance for next Friday with highs in the low-80s.