CLEVELAND -- Another day of hot temperatures help break another record high across the Greater Cleveland area on Friday.
The National Weather Service says Cleveland reached 94 degrees on Friday to set a new record. The original record of 94 degrees was set on this date in 1952.
When a record is tied, the temperature is considered a new record for the date for historical reasons.
Friday was the 6th day in June when temperatures were at, or exceeded, 90 days.
WKYC Chief Meteorologist says another 90 degree day is likely on Saturday that would also mean Cleveland has experienced the second official heatwave this month.