PITTSBURGH (UPI) — Pittsburgh broke a 130-year record for highest temperature on record for the date on Saturday.
The high temperature recorded at Pittsburgh International Airport was 70 degrees, according to WTAE in Pittsburgh.
Wait. Temperatures in the 60s? In January?? In the morning??? Believe it! We’ll probably topple at least a couple of record highs today. Take advantage of the warmth to bring inside anything that might get blown around tonight by the strong wind. pic.twitter.com/swMBSuGm4w
— NWS Pittsburgh (@NWSPittsburgh) January 11, 2020
The previous record high was 68, set in 1890.
A normal high for mid-January in Pittsburgh is 36 degrees, with a normal low around 21 degrees.
The temperature is expected to drop sharply by Sunday, with a forecast high of 48.
Reporting by Christen McCurdy
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