Warming trend continues into the work-week, Fire danger continues to be a threat

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OKLAHOMA – ***A RED FLAG WARNING has been issued for western Oklahoma Sunday. A WIND ADVISORY has been issued for northwestern Oklahoma Sunday.***

Temperatures will continue to be well above average today and we will be flirting with the record of 93 degrees set back in 1955.

As winds increase out of the south/southwest (up to 45 mph), our fire danger will increase as well. We could even see some blowing dust across the western half of the state.

Look for hot weather Monday and Tuesday as well with potentially record-breaking heat in the middle 90s in central Oklahoma with triple digits in western parts of the state.

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