Three thousand record high temperatures were set in the U.S. over the past week.
One of the hot spots has been St. Louis. They have had eight days in a row of temperatures at or above 100 degrees. If they hit 100 again today, it will be the second longest streak of 100s in their history.
Other records set Thursday, July 5:
Green Bay, WI 99
Milwaukee, WI 103
Madison, WI 104
St. Louis, MO 105
Evansville, IN 107
If you think this heat is bad, check out the July heat wave of 1936. Green Bay had high in the 100s for six of seven days. The four days in a row of 100 degree highs is the longest in our weather history. The high of 104 on the 13th is the hottest temperature ever recorded in Green Bay.
July 7th 103°
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