More than 50 all-time October heat records tied or broken in East

Washington, D.C., hit 97 while New York reached 91, but a big chill is on the way as a cold front approaches from northern New England; the Southeast will remain hot.
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Next tonight, to the weather. And heat records falling across the east tonight. More than 50 all-time October records tied or broken today, and take a good look at the high temperatures. You don't need me to tell you, you felt it today. D.C., 98, New York City, 93 here's the question. What is right behind it? Rob Marciano tracking it all for us. Hey, rob. Reporter: Hi, David. Showers rolled through as a precursor to the big changes coming tonight after those records. Temperatures are going to drop 30 degrees tomorrow. Very active radar not just here, across into the midwest with that slow-moving cold front. The ridge in the southeast holds. But also rain in the eastern part of that front, going to sag south, so much cooler from philly to boss to be with some rain. Going to be on the miserable side. Definitely big changes. The southeast ridge does not move. Temperatures again into the 90s. Heat indices up and over 100. Feeling like a heat wave in August rather than October. David? Rob, thank you. Next this evening, the new

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