CLEVELAND - Labor Day featured yet another 90 degree day in Cleveland, bringing our yearly total of 90-plus degree days to 28.
It marked the first time in September we broke the 90-degree mark. Combine that with seven days in August, 11 days in July, seven more days in June, and 20 90-degree days in May.
The average year in Cleveland sees about nine 90 degree days.
The all-time record for 90 degree days happened twice. First in 1951, and second in 1955. Those years saw 37 90-degree days. In case you're wondering, the sizzling summer of 1988 saw 35 90-degree days.
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