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Record Maximum 101 F RING 1998
Record Minimum 33 F ANTL 1999
Record Rainfall 3.96" LAHO 2021

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September 29, 2023 September 29, 2023 September 29, 2023 September 29, 2023  

Prepare yourselves!


It takes two to tango, but I also understand it takes three to get ready.

Four? Well, it's four days until we start to get back into "normal" territory.

No no, not me! Have you not read enough to know that yet? I'm talking temperatures
(which is probably why nobody can ever understand me). So maybe by next Tuesday
(4 days, as the crow flies) we'll see some mid-80s for most of us, then down into
the 70s afterwards. You know...Autumn?


And rain!


So it's a plunge back into the first fall we had back during the State Fair.


So break out those cans of chili (GASP! Not homemade? Only if it's Wolf Brand,
of course), run to your favorite coffee house and grab those lattes, because 
fall is coming back. Might not last long. Heck (no, not raining now), it might
go right into winter. 

So run to Braum's and grab that milk and brea...whoops! That comes later. 

Gary McManus
State Climatologist
Oklahoma Mesonet
Oklahoma Climatological Survey