On Sunday, September 26th, Waterloo tied the record high of 88*. It tied the record set back in 1988.

#1 2021 88*
#1 1998 88*
#3 1986 87*
#3 1974 87*
#5 1938 85*
#5 1923 85*

The record high for September 27th is 89* set in 1905 and 1954 --- and will get close to that mark on Monday afternoon.

#1 1954 89*
#1 1905 89*
#3 1929 87*
#4 1901 86*
#5 1963 85*

Since 1895, it has only reached 88* just over two dozen times on/after the 26th of September. So this amount of heat this late into September in Waterloo is quite rare.

The latest in the year it has ever reached at least 90* in Waterloo was October 14th, 1897. It has only reached at least 90* in October just NINE times since 1895 --- so don't expect this heat to last! Enjoy it while you can!

October begins on Friday!


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