Record warmth continues: Dayton misses temp record by 1 degree

Monday’s high temperature was just one degree shy of shattering a 45-year-old record of 79 degrees set in 1975; however, Tuesday is much more promising, the National Weather Service in Wilmington reports.

High temperatures for the Dayton area are expected to reach 75 degrees Tuesday. The record is 71 degrees, tied in 2006 and 2002. Dayton on Sunday broke a record of 75 degrees set in 1945 when high temperatures reached 80 degrees.

Cincinnati and Columbus set high temperature records Sunday and Monday, and and are expected to do so again Tuesday as record-breaking warmth continues, the NWS reported.

It won’t be quite as warm on Tuesday afternoon, which will have a chance of rain in the afternoon. and evening, the NWS.

On Wednesday, which is Veterans Day, clouds are expected in the morning with some son expected in the afternoon. It will be cooler, with high temperatures in the lower 60s. There is a chance of rain during the day. Overnight lows will fall into the upper 30s.

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