Tuesday marked the 4th consecutive day of record high temperatures. We will likely break another record on Wednesday to extend the streak to 5 days in a row of hottest-ever temperatures. This will tie the 5-day streak from August 15-19 set in 1936, the hottest year on record. If we set another record on Thursday, we will have the longest string of records since 1898. By the way, the hottest temperature ever recorded in March was 87 degrees on March 24, 1929.