Do you remember what you were doing 30 years ago today? Some Clevelanders do. We certainly remember that long, hot, miserable summer.
Thirty years ago today was the hottest day on record in Cleveland history, when the temperature hit 104 on June 25, 1988. Little League games, festivals, your own backyard - wherever you were that summer was hot, hot, hot.
Ask many who lived it and they would say it was the hottest Summer ever. Not so fast. By month, none are in the top 10 hottest. How is that possible? It was dry, so the lows were cool balancing out the average temperature for the day. #Cleveland#Weatherpic.twitter.com/DjP3by3fKp