Here are some of the record highs for July 19 that were set in Texas and Oklahoma:

Wichita Falls, Texas: 115, breaking a record of 112 set in 2018.

Borger, Texas: 111, breaking a record of 109 set in 2018.

Abilene, Texas: 110, breaking a record of 108 set in 1936.

Oklahoma City: 110, breaking a record of 109 set in 1936.

Amarillo, Texas: 108, breaking a record of 105 set in 2018.

San Angelo, Texas: 108, tying a record set in 2018.

El Paso, Texas: 107, breaking a record of 105 set in 1980.

• Camp Mabry in Austin, Texas: 106, breaking a record of 105 from 1914, 1923 and 1951.

Midland International Air & Space Port in Midland, Texas: 105, tying a record from 1981 and 2018.

Houston: 100, tying a record set in 2000.

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