High temperature of 91 ahead Sunday in Oklahoma City

Staff reportsTemperatures rose into the mid-90s in Oklahoma City Saturday and a number of people suffered heat-related complications, but temperatures will be slightly cooler Sunday in Oklahoma City, the National Weather Service reported.
On Saturday, emergency workers in Oklahoma City responded to eight heat-related emergency, Emergency Medical Services Authority reported.Read more on NewsOK.com

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Temperatures rose into the mid-90s in Oklahoma City Saturday and a number of people suffered heat-related complications, but temperatures will be slightly cooler Sunday in Oklahoma City, the National Weather Service reported.

On Saturday, emergency workers in Oklahoma City responded to eight heat-related emergency, Emergency Medical Services Authority reported.
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