If summer is supposed to be over, it sure doesn't feel like it. For early September, temperatures reached a record high.
For one farmer's stand known as Sweet Corn Charlie's in Granger, it was very busy with people stopping by buying corn and fresh fruit.
For the most part the weather this summer has been great for farmers.
Although right now they could use some rain. But farmers can't complain compared to a horrible season last year without much rain at all.
“We had our September weather in July and and here it is September and we're having our July weather,” says Susan Politano from the market. “So we're thankful for that. It's kept our crops going a lot longer.”
For those working in construction the heat has been unbearable.
Volunteers painting the mural on Michigan Street called it a day early in the afternoon.
“We're closing down for the day,” says Chris Stackowicz, mural project manager. “It’s about to get even hotter as the afternoon progresses and the paint is starting to melt on the brushes. So it’s always a good time to stop.”
The mural on Michigan is expected to be finished in the next four weeks.