MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — One temperature record already broken, and we’re on our way to break another.

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Sunday’s predicted high of 65 degrees should break our previous record of 61 degrees on March 11, set back in 1902.

The mid-60s weather won’t stop there, either.

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Meteorologist Matt Brickman said we can expect three other records to be broken this week. Highs are predicted to stay in the 60s, with a chance of hitting 70.

Saturday’s high was 66 degrees, shattering the previous record of 59 degrees set in 1878.

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And just to remind everyone, we’re still about a week and a half away from the official start of spring.