We don't need to tell you that it was insanely hot this weekend, but did it reach 100 degrees in our area on either Saturday or Saturday?

Well, according to records from the state climatologists in both New Jersey & Pennsylvania, we couldn't find a report from Mercer, Bucks or Burlington counties that showed 100 degrees.

With temperatures in the upper 90s and dew points over 80 degrees, the degree or two difference probably didn't matter.

But here's how warm it actually got this weekend in our area on both Saturday and Sunday:

Trenton
Sunday: 97 degrees
Saturday: 95 degrees

Hamilton
Sunday: 99 degrees
Saturday: 98 degrees

Philadelphia

Sunday: 98 degrees
Saturday: 97 degrees

Cherry Hill
Sunday: 99 degrees
Saturday: 98 degrees

Doylestown
Sunday: 98 degrees
Saturday: 97 degrees

McGuire Air Force Base
Sunday: 98 degrees
Saturday: 96 degrees

Hopewell 
Sunday: 96 degrees
Saturday: 96 degrees

Pottstown
Sunday: 94 degrees
Saturday: 93 degrees

Columbus
Sunday: 98 degrees
Saturday: 97 degrees

Mansfield 
Sunday: 99 degrees
Saturday: 98 degrees

By the way, there was NO relief at the beach this weekend. Temperatures in both Point Pleasant Beach and Seaside Heights reached 101 degrees on Sunday.

The Beach in Ocean Grove, NJ This Weekend - Getty Images

Point Pleasant
Sunday: 101 degrees
Saturday: 99 degrees

Seaside Heights
Sunday: 101 degrees
Saturday: 99 degrees

We're just thankful that the forecasted high for Tuesday is 88 degrees.

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