CLEVELAND -- Several new record highs were set across northeast Ohio this Memorial Day.
The hot dogs and burgers weren't the only things sizzling across the area on Monday as temperatures soared above 90 degrees.
The National Weather Service says several new record highs were set today in Cleveland, Youngstown, Mansfield and Toledo.
In Cleveland, the high was 92 degrees beating the old record of 89 set in 1914, 1987 and 1991.
In Youngstown, today's new record is 90 degrees, while the old record of 89 was set in 1941.
In Mansfield, the high was 91 degrees for a new record high. The old record was 89 in 1941.
And, in Toledo, a new record high of 96 degrees was set at the Toledo Express Airport this afternoon that shattered the old record of 95 set in 1911.
Showers and thunderstorms will keep temperatures cooler on Tuesday as the area returns to more seasonable temperatures with the passage of a cold front.