So it's been a little warm in the Capital Region the last few days -- unusually warm, in fact.
The chart above lists the actual high temps from the last four days against the normal average high temps for those dates (data from the National Weather Service). We've been running 15-20 degrees warmer than a typical late April week. Saturday's high temp was a record.
Bonus weather nerdage: the National Weather Service has a year-long climate chart that tracks actual temps against the average.
Today looks like the last hot day for a while. After today's forecasted high of 86, we're looking at 64, 69, 70 and 63 as highs for the rest of the week.
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