Day 5 of fall competes with records set back in the 1800s

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FOREST PARK in ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Day five of fall brings the summer sizzle back. Many St. Louisans are used to this back and forth weather during the transitional months of the year. It is unusual for us to see high temperatures competing with record highs set back in the 1800s.

Today’s record is 92 set back in 1891. A few were caught off guard by the heat in Forest Park.

“I just went off yesterday’s weather, it was like a little chilly for me since I’m a Floridian. I guess I gauged the weather wrong. It’s quite hot,” states Naomi Levy.

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