Map: Here’s how warm it’ll be Wednesday afternoon in Massachusetts

Boston and Worcester had record highs for Feb. 20 on Tuesday—and record highs are forecasted for Wednesday, too.

Boston, MA - 02/20/18 -  The last of a pile of snow melts away as pedestrians in short sleeves dismiss it on Commonwealth Avenue in Brighton on a hot day in the middle of February.   (Lane Turner/Globe Staff) Reporter:  (in caps)  Topic: ()
–Lane Turner / The Boston Globe

If you enjoyed Tuesday’s record-setting weather, more of it is on the way for Wednesday.

Boston and Worcester had record high temperatures for Feb. 20 on Tuesday, with Massachusetts’ capital reaching 70 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

For Wednesday, service forecasters are projecting record highs again for Boston and Worcester — with mostly and party sunny skies, respectively, during the day. Providence, Rhode Island, and Hartford, Connecticut, should also see records set, the service said.

Overnight Tuesday, temperatures are expected to stay around 50 across most of the Bay State.

Despite the warmth, don’t pack away your winter wears just yet, as temperatures are expected to dip starting Wednesday night.

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