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Fall canceled for Arizona

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TUCSON - Record setting heat is on the way to Tucson for the start of the workweek.

A strong ridge of high pressure will set up over the west coast in the coming days driving temperatures a good 10-15 degrees above average. The forecast high of 96 degrees on Monday will break the previous record for an October 23rd, which was 94 degrees set back in 1933.

Tucson will likely hit 95 degrees again on Tuesday making it one of the latest occurrences ever for the Old Pueblo to reach that number. The latest 95 degree day to occur was actually just last year on October 27th, 2016.

Temperatures in the 90s stick around through at least Thursday before the 80s return heading into next weekend.

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