Record-Breaking October Heat Wave

ABC News Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest scorching temperatures that could rise to triple-digits in some parts of the country.
0:48 | 10/19/16

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the debate, now there's heat here in times square and millions of people on the east coast are feeling that heat and, ginger, you have incredible images of fog that's been rolling in. Right. As so many of us we're baking in the 80s, even in southern new England. Look what it looked like downtown Boston. They struggled to get out of the 60s thanks to that onshore wind. I was stalking their page and saw this. We put a time lapse to showcase how that can change so quickly. So many of us could break or see a record again. You did it from Texas all the way up that new England. Montgomery, Alabama, went to 92, Newark, 85. Not reserved as far as records go to right here. Check this out. The ridge stays in place. We could see records break again from Atlanta to Washington, D.C. But it doesn't last long. There it goes and back to reality even below average for some. By the time we get into the weekend, guys.

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