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Dallas expects 11th straight day over 100 F

Texas, USA
DALLAS - Temperatures across the Southern Plains were expected to be in triple digits on Monday, continuing a long stretch over recent weeks that have led to several heat-related deaths.

On Sunday, the nation's high was 109 degrees at Ardmore, Okla.

The Dallas area saw 107 F on Sunday, the hottest day of the year. A high of 105 F was expected for Monday, which would mark the 11th straight day of triple-digit temperatures there.

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