Tri-Cities logs record-breaking heat for second day

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JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) – The Tri-Cities saw another day of record-breaking heat on Wednesday.

A high temperature of 93 degrees was recorded at the Tri-Cities Airport.

That breaks the previous record high for September 11, which was set in 1964 at 91 degrees.

A record high temperature was also reported at the airport Tuesday.

Storm Team 11 says the heat will stay around for at least two more days.

Storm Team 11 Forecast: Another day of record heat expected Thursday

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