Just six months after a massive blizzard sent temperatures to minus 12 degrees, Tulsa could see the all-time record for hottest temperature ever recorded.Forecasts are calling for the temperature to top out around 114, which is just one degree shy of the all-time record which has been on the books since 1936.The all-time state record of 120 appears to be safe.The good news, if you can call it that, is that after today, temperatures will "cool" off a little bit, with high temperatures forecast in the 105 to 107 degree range.There will also be slight chances for pop-up showers and thunderstorms across eastern Oklahoma. The 100-degree heat appears it will continue through at least the next eight days.
Water main breaks happening all over the Tulsa metro this week have left crews scrambling to make repairs.
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