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Fort Wayne reaches high of 89, breaking record set in 1979

– South Bend and Fort Wayne have set record high temperatures.

The National Weather Service says South Bend reached a high of 91 on Thursday afternoon, breaking the previous record high for the date that had stood since 1896.

The weather service says Fort Wayne reached a high of 89, breaking a record set in 1979.

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