PHOENIX — The mercury in the city of Phoenix has officially hit 90 degrees for the first time this year!
The milestone marks the 10th latest 90-degree high on record and the latest mark since 1995. The average first 90 typically falls on March 31st.
This may not be the only weather-related moment for the history books happening this week. The city may also experience its first 100-degree day this weekend!
Such a temperature jump is rare and has only happened four other times since records were kept beginning in 1896.
You can find out more about the history of first 100-degree days being close to the first 90-degree days here.