BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The calendar may say fall, but the mercury in the thermometer will likely stay at summer-like levels for the next few days.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration expects much of the United States, from Texas to Connecticut, to see well-above-average temperatures for the next six to 10 days. All of Maryland is included in that category.

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Baltimore can expect to see temperatures five to 15 degrees above average during that period.

While the eastern two-thirds of the country will sweat it out as summer turns to fall, the west coast is expected to see well-below-average temperatures.

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Baltimore hit a high temperature Monday of 95 degrees, nearly 20 degrees above average. That heat prompted Baltimore City Schools to release students early at dozens of schools without air conditioning.

Chelsea Ingram