Tulsa got close, but not close enough to break the all-time record high for October.
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TULSA - Tulsa got close Monday, but not close enough to break the all-time record high for October 17.
Monday, temperatures reached 90 degrees, making it a tie with the all-time record high of 90 degrees set back in October of 2005.
How does that sit with you considering we're 26 days into fall?
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In case you're wondering, we didn't come close to the all-time record high in Tulsa. That was 114 degrees on Aug. 1 and 2 in 2012.
Our high in Tulsa this year was 101 degrees on July 24, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
So when will Fall temperatures return to Green Country? Check out Brett Anthony's Facebook live below.
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