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    Posted May 3, 2014 by
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    Heatwave to Hit Oklahoma Starting On Sunday May 4, 2014

     
    Major Heatwave is on its way for Oklahoma Starting on Sunday May 4, 2014 and it will last until Wednesday May 7, 2014 and the Temperatures will be above 35 Degrees Celsius which is over 90 Degrees Fahrenheit and it will be Sunny and Very Hot in Oklahoma Especially in Oklahoma City and Tulsa Oklahoma and Rest of Oklahoma too and It will get Very Warm during at Night and People in Oklahoma Be Prepared have your Sunscreen Ready, Sunglasses Ready and Hat Ready to Protect you from the Sun and Limit your Outdoor Activities such Playing Badminton, Tennis, Biking, Running and Jogging and when you are going for a walk Drink Lots of Water and Wear Light Clothing and Don't Wear Dark Clothing and Have your Air Conditioners, Fans Ready and Turn on the Fans and Air Conditioners during the Heatwave and It will hit Northern Texas As well and get in the Swimming Pool to get Cooled Off and Wear Light Clothing and Do not Wear Dark Clothing During the Heatwave and the Heatwave will last from Sunday May 4, 2014 until Wednesday May 7, 2014 and it will be Extremely Hot for the Next 4 Days in State of Oklahoma and if you have anybody Living in Oklahoma Be Prepared for the Major Heatwave Starting on Sunday May 4, 2014 Stay Cool and Don't Get Too Hot Wear lots of Sunscreen, Hat and Sunglasses to Protect you from the Sun.

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