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The record books tell us we are through with the 100s for the rest of the year

TUCSON – The say that history often repeats itself and if this adage is correct, as long as we don’t reach 100 degrees on Wednesday we are done with the real heat for the remainder of the year.

Consider what the record books say:

If we stick to these trends, 100 degree heat is over.  According to Chief Meteorologist Matt Brode, the latest 100 degree day for Tucson occurred on October 16th back in 1991. The forecast high on Wednesday is 91 degrees and while warm – a far cry from 100 degrees.

So while we may see many warm days this year we can almost certainly say farewell to triple digit heat until next year.

Matt Brode

Matt Brode

Chief Meteorologist Matt Brode has been affiliated with News 4 Tucson since 2006. He holds his AMS seal of approval and is a proud graduate of The University of Arizona with a degree in Atmospheric Sciences. He is happily married to his wife Ana Maria and proud father to David and Alexa.
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