Brother and sister Rini, 6, center, and Raiden Warnock, 4, prop up an umbrella while Raiden holds a pint-sized six-string guiter while mom Chi, right, takes their picture by the pond at Reid Park on June 16, 2016, in Tucson, Ariz. The trio came to take pictures and feed the ducks. High temperatures are expected to eclipse decades-old heat records for Father's Day weekend.

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Tucson's March heat wave has brought an unprecedented stretch of temperatures in the high-80s to low-90s, and broken several records along the way.

With eight consecutive March days above 88 degrees- which continued yesterday- this year broke 1989's record of seven days.

The past nine days have also brought temperatures more than 15 degrees above average (another record) and the list goes on.

Today's forecast brings the chance of another record: If it hits 91 degrees, today will be the 5th consecutive day.

While there will be no relief from the heat this weekend, temperatures are expected to drop into the 70s by the middle of next week.

High: 92

Low: 59