Culling through the data, we found 66 locations have tied or set new October record highs the past two days. 27 of those locations have done so on consecutive days Tue and Wed. Details: https://t.co/zdoHUqOU4G pic.twitter.com/Qnlqwp9Jl7— Jonathan Erdman (@wxjerdman) October 3, 2019
Relief!— National Weather Service (@NWS) October 3, 2019
A pair of cold fronts will scour heat from the East Coast and southern US over the next few days.
This animation shows high temperature departures from normal each day through Tuesday. Reds/oranges are above normal.
Check https://t.co/VyWINDBEpn for the specifics. pic.twitter.com/UUrPnYs5yN
98 not only shatters the Oct record high it's tied for the second hottest day of the year in DC. If it's our last 90+ it's pretty incredible to end in such a fashion.— Ian Livingston (@islivingston) October 2, 2019
40% of years since 1872 never reached 98 all year. pic.twitter.com/K3LSfFtBeH
just hit 100F at 207 PM EDT, further breaking the all-time October high temp record. Daily highs were also broken at GSO (94F so far) and FAY (99F so far). #ncwx— NWS Raleigh (@NWSRaleigh) October 3, 2019
Will it ever end?!? @RDUAirport