The last time somebody grumbled about it being the hottest Sept. 26 on record in Akron, they also probably complained about horse poop in the middle of Main Street.

We can rightfully complain about the heat again.

Another record for warmth was toppled Tuesday when the mercury hit 92 degrees at the Akron-Canton Airport and eclipsed the old high mark for the date — 89 degrees — set in 1900.

Cleveland continued its six-day streak of breaking or tying high temperature records at Hopkins Airport when the thermometer tied the previous record of 91 set in 1998.

It has been more than a week now that temperatures in Northeast Ohio have been in the 80s and 90s — well above the 69 degrees expected at this time of year.

One more warm day is on tap, with temperatures expected to be in the upper 80s Wednesday before a cold front pushes across the state, bringing cooler air from Canada.

The National Weather Service says highs will be in the 60s through Sunday, with overnight lows in the 40s.

The best chance of rain is Friday afternoon, when hit-or-miss showers are expected in the area.

Craig Webb, who has given up on keeping cool, can be reached at cwebb@thebeaconjournal.com or 330-996-3547.