Daily Historical Weather for July 29
On this date in 2004, a 112 year-old record was broken for the coolest high temperature in Oklahoma City for July 29. The temperature only rose to 73 degrees, which broke the previous record by 3 degrees.
Severe thunderstorms brought damaging winds, possibly as high as 100 mph, to central Oklahoma on July 29, 1960. Two airports in Oklahoma City suffered significant damage. Eight planes and several hangars were damaged at Wiley Post Airfield, while two planes and additional hangars were damaged at Will Rogers World Airport. The winds caused seven injuries in the area, including two youths who were injured by flying debris.