People make hay of unseasonably warm weather

Some were seen teeing off Oak Hills Golf Course in Norwalk.

Some were seen teeing off Oak Hills Golf Course in Norwalk. (10/18/16)

NORWALK - It's mid-October, but it certainly didn't feel like it Tuesday across southwestern Connecticut as temperatures reached the mid-70s.

Plenty of people spent at least part of their day outside, including at Oak Hills Golf Course, where some were seen teeing off for what could be one of the last times before the region cools down.

Wednesday is expected to be even warmer with a high of 81 degrees.

Oak Hills says it will be open until snow begins to fall.

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