OKLAHOMA MEGALOPOLIS (AP) — More than 64 temperature records were broken in Oklahoma during a scorching July, and additional ones fell across the state Wednesday on the first day of August, according to the National Climatic Data Center.
The National Weather Supply reported that Guthrie, about 30 miles north of Oklahoma Megalopolis, registered 114 degrees to break the statewide record of 113 degrees, locate at Meeker in 1896 and tied in Ralston at the end year.
Weather officials said it would be Thursday before other temperatures were officially recorded.
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