FORT WAYNE – A record high temperature of 99 degrees was set Tuesday in Fort Wayne, breaking the July 17 record set in 1931, according to a record report from the National Weather Service in northern Indiana.
The Summit City also extended its record-blasting marathon heat streak Tuesday, hitting 21 consecutive days to hit 90 degrees or higher.
Wednesday is expected to have a high in the middle 90s, and the weather service said there is a 50 percent chance of rain.
There is a chance of rain overnight tonight.
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