Mother Nature has once again re-written the record books at Environment Canada.
A temperature of 35.8 yesterday afternoon at Hamilton International Airport smoked the previous record from 1999 by more than 2 degrees.
It was even hotter at the RBG -- at 36.8.
A record was also set in Burlington -- thanks to yesterday's reading of 35.4.
A weak cold front that went through last night has knocked down some of the humidity, but we will likely still crack the 30 degree mark today.