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New record-high temp recorded in Dickinson

Dickinson broke record-high temperatures for Sept. 25 on Thursday after a high of 90 degrees was recorded at the Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport, according to the National Weather Service.

Dickinson broke record-high temperatures for Sept. 25 on Thursday after a high of 90 degrees was recorded at the Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport, according to the National Weather Service.

The old record of 89 degrees was set in 1990.

Patrick Ayd, a meteorologist with the NWS, said temperatures are forecast to reach a high of 93 today.

“We did break it and we’ll probably inch up a couple more degrees in the afternoon,” he said.

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