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It was hot enough in parts of the Ozarks Sunday to break a pair of records, one dating back to the 1930s.
The National Weather Service says Springfield's high Sunday was 99, breaking the record of 98 set back in 1931.
West Plains hit triple digits - 100 degrees. That breaks 1952's record of 99.
A slight chance for thunderstorms is in the forecast for Monday and Monday night, but the 4th should be plenty sunny and hot. We'll be seeing heat index values flirt with 103 by the end of the work week.
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