Records were broken at several locations across the Midwest, yesterday, as warm air shifted into the area ahead of a cold front. High temperatures, in Detroit, were pegged at 102-degrees breaking their record set back in 1887. Flint tied a record high, of 101, that was last reached in 1931. Port Huron, and most of the thumb area of Michigan, stayed a bit below those numbers with the official high temperature, at the St. Clair County International Airport, set at 97-degrees. Some bank digital thermometers, however, were well into the triple digits The cold front included a few thunderstorms and even some hail reported, in the Marlette area, yesterday evening. Last night saw local temperatures drop 20-degrees in two hours. The National Weather Service says to expect more normal conditions for the next few days.