Jun 12, 2017 2:10 PM

Record high broken as temperatures soar into the 90s

NH1 Meteorologist

CONCORD - Summer heat soared into New Hampshire Monday, breaking the record high temperature for the day in Concord.

The previous daily record of 94 degrees, set in 1973, was broken by 2 p.m. Monday, when the temperature at the airport hit 95 degrees.

Monday night will be a very warm and muggy night, with temperatures dropping no lower than 70 degrees in many areas.

Tuesday will be hot and humid again. Concord's record for June 13 is 94 degrees, set in 1956. Temperatures likely hit the 90 degree mark again on Tuesday, but may fall short of the record.

A few showers or thunderstorms are possible on Tuesday as a cold front sags south, ending the heat and humidity.

Refreshing, dry air arrives for Wednesday and Thursday with bright sunshine.

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