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Hot and humid weather returns to Oklahoma this week. Temperatures will climb into the mid to upper 90s across much of the state with 100s likely across portions of southwest Oklahoma. These high temperatures combined with elevated relative humidity and warm nighttime temperatures will lead to unpleasant conditions for anyone spending long periods of time outdoors. Skies will also be mostly sunny and precipitation chances will remain low. The best chance for isolated thunderstorms will be on Wednesday across northeastern OK.

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Wednesday, July 23:

Yesterday:  High Temp:97 °F  (4:14 PM)  Moon Phase
Low Temp:74 °F  (6:08 AM)  
Today:Average High Temp:  95 °F  
Average Low Temp:73 °F  
Record High Temp:105 °F  (1998)
Record Low Temp:55 °F  (1970)
Sunrise:6:32 AM
Sunset:8:41 PM

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