MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — This Memorial Day is one for the record books.

Temperatures at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport reached 100 degrees just after 2:15 p.m. Monday. This is only the second time that a 100-degree temperature has been recorded in the Twin Cities since records have been kept.

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The previous high temperature for May 28 was back in 1934, which measured a high of 98 degrees. The warmest Memorial Day on record was also back in 1934, and was 98 degrees ever.

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The last time it was 100 degrees or above in the Twin Cities was July 6, 2012.

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This is the earliest we’ve seen a 100-degree day in the Twin Cities in recorded history. Previously, the record was May 31.