DETROIT (WWJ) — Talk about bringing the heat.

The National Weather Service says temperatures hit 92 degrees in Metro Detroit on Monday afternoon. Labor Day registered as the hottest day of 2015 so far, but was below the record of 97 set in 1939.

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In Flint, the temperature soared to 93 degrees, tying the record set in 1960.

Accuweather meteorologist Dave Bowers says the soaring temperatures are going to stick around, at least for a little while.

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“It is still going to be warm and humid here another 36 hours before we finally get something a little closer to September weather,” Bowers said. “We’ll still be in the mid-80s tomorrow, just watch for a shower or thunderstorm.”

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