Hot in Cleveland: Temps hit 90, tie record set in 1962

Hot in Cleveland: Temps hit 90, tie record set in 1962

DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Temperatures officially hit 90 degrees in Cleveland on Wednesday.

That ties a record-high set in 1962.

Cleveland was warmer than the following U.S. cities on Wednesday: Miami, Las Vegas, Phoenix, and El Paso.

Northeast Ohio's summer pattern will continue for another day, with spotty storms and wind expected Thursday. For a complete forecast, click or tap here.

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