CLEVELAND — It's official. Cleveland has broken the all-time record high temperature for the month of October.
The National Weather Service has recorded a temperature reading of 91 degrees at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
We've only done in October once before, since we started taking records on Oct. 6, 1946.
However, the summer-like temps won't last long. Winter is coming! Well, at least fall will arrive. It's all staging right across the Pacific Northwest, which has already experienced some snow accumulation.
We're going from near record highs to near frost levels in the same week. We're going to hit close to 90 degrees on Tuesday with temps plunging 30 degrees with temps near the mid-40s on Saturday morning.