According to preliminary data from the National Weather Service, Tulsa broke a weather record set in 1906 today.The calendar date's previous high was 77, set 111 years ago, according to the weather service. Our current high today? 78 degrees, as of 2 p.m.Tulsa's all-time high for the entire month of December is 80 degrees, set Dec. 7, 1966, Dec. 13, 1948 and Dec. 24, 1955.
In about a month (it was mid-November last year), parents of 3 and 4-year-old students in the Tulsa district will have the opportunity to apply for their future students to enroll in one of Tulsa Public Schools' magnet school pre-K and kindergarten programs.After filling out the application, at least one parent will need to tour the TPS school with the principal.
Tulsa's high temperature on Monday was 89 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.So far today, thanks to temps around midnight, Tuesday's high temp will likely be around 67 degrees.However, the Oklahoma Mesonet reports a 24-hour shift from the afternoon highs Monday to Tuesday at about 30 degrees for most of eastern Oklahoma.I would like to assure everyone who also has had nose sniffles all day that Tulsa's temperatures are well within seasonal normals for this time in October....
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Selecting a term
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