The calendar may say spring but the temperatures definitely say summer.
Forecasters say temperatures today in many parts of Massachusetts are expected to pass the 90-degree mark for the third consecutive day.
Residents in the Worcester, Lawrence, Taunton and Springfield areas will be among the hardest hit.
The National Weather Service says the record-high in Boston is 96 set in 1984, and that mark could be in danger.
Cape Cod and other coastal areas are expected to be a bit cooler thanks to a sea breeze.
An air quality alert has been issued, meaning people with respiratory problems should stay inside.
There's also a good chance of thunderstorms across much of the region.
Temperatures are expected to soar again tomorrow, but the heat is expected to break later this week.
This program aired on June 9, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.