Mike Livermore lowers his two-year-old grandson Michael Baker for a brief cooling-off in the stream near the Reid Park pond on July 5 2018, in Tucson, Ariz. 

Well Tucson, the 3-day excessive heat warning has come to an end.

The National Weather Service reports that Tucson tied and broke many records, including one set Tuesday when Tucson hit 112 degrees. The previous record for the date was set in 1987 with 109 degrees.

While temperatures will be lower today and we might not break any records, it's still going to be hot. Tucson fire officials responded to six heat-related calls on Tuesday and another eight on Wednesday, so always remember to take safety precautions when going outdoors.

Hopefully we'll see some rain today, but more thunderstorms — and slightly lower temperatures — are expected over the weekend. 

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High: 106

Low: 82