By Gary McManus, State Climatologist — In defiance of spring, Mother Nature slipped right into summer during May, and broke a major record in doing so. Based on preliminary data from the Oklahoma Mesonet, the month finished as the warmest on record with a statewide average of 74.6 degrees, 6.4 degrees above normal.

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