It's only the third day of October and dozens of high temperature records have already been broken

Business Insider | 10/2/2019 | Sara Kiley Watson
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The Eastern part of the country is seeing unseasonable warmth as the year enters October.

Washington, DC, Chattanooga, Atlantic City, and Cincinnati are just a few of the over 60 locations that have broken a heat record this week.

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Cooler weather should be approaching this weekend, making October feel a little bit more like October.

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If you're sweating underneath your new fall turtleneck — you aren't alone. This week has felt more like steamy summer than crisp early fall, as temperatures creep into the 90s and above from New York City down to Alabama.

From Tuesday to Thursday this week, CNN reports 162 possible record highs and 164 record warm lows across the country. On Tuesday and Wednesday, 66 different spots on the map hit record highs for October — and around half of those places felt the record-breaking heat on both Tuesday and Wednesday.

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In New York City, Central Park reached a near record high of 93 degrees — the second warmest day on file for this particular spot in October. The warmest it's ever been was 94 degrees in October 1941. The airports surrounding the city were feeling a bit toasty as well as JFK, LaGuardia and Newark reached record-breaking temperatures of 95 and 96.

New Jersey was roasting at a temperature of 97...
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