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Daily Historical Weather for July 26

Several record low temperatures for July 26 were broken in 2004. Gage saw the temperature drop to 48 degrees, breaking their record low by 9 degrees. Ponca City's temperature dropped to 56 degrees, breaking a record by 5 degrees, while Hobart cooled to 58 degrees, breaking their record by 7 degrees. Wichita Falls broke a record that stood for 80 years, with a low temperature of 63 degrees, and Oklahoma City tied a record standing 93 years, by registering the same temperature of 63.

A severe thunderstorm in the Mustang area produced a damaging downburst on July 26, 1986. The intense, but small, area of high winds damaged many homes and businesses, blew down many trees, and collapsed the wall of a Baptist church.

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