KENMORE, N.Y. (WIVB) - For the fourth straight day we have broken a record for high temperatures. The past three days were 74, 75, and 73. Tuesday was even warmer.
It's only the first day of Spring, but weather like this feels more like Summer.
"It's honestly kind of surreal because I feel like we just skipped through all of Spring and I feel like I am in the middle of June right now. I should be doing school work, but I feel like it is Summer, so I am not," said Courtney Smith.
Because of the warm weather ,Reid's in Kenmore is expecting a record breaking March for sales. They typically open around St. Patrick's Day but never to this warm of weather.
"Food wise, I had to get a push order. Normally our delivery day is Wednesday, but I have to have them come in today. But even then, it was like we were barely going to make it. It's a little bit of a game when you open up to get back into rhythm but now it's just like, 'Oh jeepers, what are we doing?'" said Diane Kirshberger.
Their order for two days worth of hot-dog and hamburger buns was enormous. Typically this time of year they will order just one rack of each.
Look outside anywhere and you see plenty of people enjoying the warm weather. Eating outside, restaurants with their patios open, so there isn't much complaining.
"Being able to walk around like this and actually enjoy the nice sun rather than wear a hoodie and be freezing right now, this is great," said Nolan Shubbuch.
Wednesday's record high is 69 degrees, so it is possible we can get to five straight days of records.
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