If you feel like you've suffered through one of the hottest summers ever, that's because you have.
On Labor Day, Fresno broke the record for the highest number of triple-digit heat days in a calendar year.
With a 100+ high on Monday, Fresno registered 64 triple-digit days, surpassing the previous record set back in 1984.
MOST 100S EVER: With a 100+ high on Sunday, Fresno registered 63 triple-digit days, tying the previous record set back in 1984.— Alyssa Flores (@AlyssaABC30) September 6, 2021
On Labor Day, Fresno is expected to hit 64 triple-digit days in 2021. That will be the most ever recorded in a single year. @ABC30 pic.twitter.com/juFJ9fSSoQ
It's a reflection of how brutal this summer has been in the Central Valley.
The extreme temperatures impacting workers, causing events to be canceled, and even in one instance, melting a car windshield sun protector.
Will it let up anytime soon?
Not for the next couple of days, at least. Accuweather alerts are in place for the next three days for heat, and a heat advisory will last through Thursday. But afternoon highs are expected to drop back down to the upper 90s by Friday.