Cheyenne extended its streak of 50-plus degree days to 70 on Labor Day, setting a record, according to the National Weather Service.

"The last morning below 50 was June 27th, with 47 degrees," the NWS said.

"We are likely to add a few more days to this tally, but this streak is likely to end Friday or Saturday," the NWS added.

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This year's streak breaks 2001's 69-day streak, which lasted from June 22 to Aug. 29.

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We've had some warm nights this summer! Cheyenne has remained at 50 degrees or warmer for 70 consecutive days through yesterday, which breaks the record for the longest streak at or above 50.

The last morning below 50 was June 27th, with 47 degrees. We are likely to add a few more days to this tally, but this streak is likely to end Friday or Saturday. Records in Cheyenne go back to 1872.

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