The National Weather Service in Cleveland says Wednesday marked the third straight day of temperatures in the 90s across the area.
On Monday, we soared to a high of 92 degrees.
On Tuesday, the thermometer read 91 degrees.
And Wednesday, the afternoon high topped out at 92 degrees.
As a result, we are officially into the "Heat wave of 2010" according to WKYC Meteorologist AJ Colby. The threshold for our local area is at least three days of 90 degrees or above.
Hazy and hot conditions will continue for at least another day according to the National Weather Service before a weak cold front crosses the state Friday into Friday night.
The front will bring scattered thunderstorms to the state as it passes through and moves off to the southeast. Somewhat cooler temperatures will move into the state behind the front.
Highs on the weekend should mainly be in the 80s versus the 90s expected again for Thursday.