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Fort Wayne record: 17 days above 90 degrees

FORT WAYNE – The city’s marathon heat streak continues, extending its record Friday for consecutive days to hit 90 degrees or higher.

The National Weather Service in northern Indiana said Friday that so far July has been the second warmest on record in the Summit City. The average high temperature has been 95.2 degree, and the average temperature has been 81.6 degrees.

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