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AUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin’s record-shattering streak of triple-digit temperatures finally came to an end Aug. 22, after 45 days at or above 100°.

Camp Mabry, Austin’s official weather reporting site, only reached 99° Tuesday, making it the first day below 100° since July 7.

The 45-day streak far surpassed the previous record of 27 days, set in 2011. That summer went on to have a record-breaking 90 days of triple-digit heat in total.

Weather records in Austin date back to the 1890s.

Meanwhile, a record-smashing 44-day streak at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport ended on Sept. 10. Temperatures had hit 100° every day since July 29. That surpasses the previous record of 23 set in both 1951 and 1998.

An 18-day streak earlier in July ranks as the fifth-longest stretch since records began at the airport.