(Cleveland, OH) -- Northeast Ohio remains in the grips of a heat wave. The National Weather Service says yesterday's high temperature hit 93 degrees, shattering a record set in 2010. Another record could fall today, with a forecast high of 90 degrees, which would break a record set in 2007, 1901 and 1891. Temperatures are expected to fall into the 60s later this week. Parma and some Constellation schools are closed because of the heat.