Record High Temperatures Recorded In Ohio

CLEVELAND (AP) - Record high temperatures were recorded in Ohio on Monday as unseasonably warm weather continued, the National Weather Service said.

The temperature at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport was 61 degrees at 3:19 p.m., breaking the previous high of 59 degrees set in 1914.

At the Akron-Canton regional airport, the temperature was 60 degrees at 3:12, breaking the record of 59 degrees set in 1914.

The temperature reached 60 degrees at 3:24 p.m. at the Toledo Express Airport, or 3 degrees higher than the record set in 1976.

At 3:01 p.m., the temperature at the Youngstown-Warren airport was 60 degrees, breaking the previous high of 57 degrees in 1949.

The temperature at Mansfield Lahm Municipal Airport reached 59 degrees at 3:22 p.m., or 2 degrees higher than the previous record in 1970.

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