Records probably will be broken for the rest of this week, and maybe early next week, as temperatures soar into the high 90s and even into triple digits.
At 2:40 p.m. the thermometer at Renasant Bank on South Main Street showed 93 degrees. Just a minute earlier the other side of the sign said 95 degrees. Either way, it was too hot.
But how hot will it really get? And is it hotter at your house or work than here? Show us. Add your photo of a thermometer to this article and I'll try to keep the highest temperature featured. Include the street or subdivision, office or store where you take the photo.
Just click on "Upload Photos and Videos" below my photo, and follow the prompts to upload your own photo. "Bonus points" for the first person to post a photo with 100 degrees or better. (Points are just a matter of pride, and don't have monetary value!)
Car thermometer photos only count if you can get the interior temperature of the car in the photo. (Don't sit inside the car with no AC running and windows closed to see this temperature go far above 120 degrees. I really don't want to write stories about readers being treated for heat exhaustion from taking a photo!)