City workers Byron Eby, John Mitchell and Eric Twyman repair a broken hydrant pipeline Monday afternoon on West Martin Luther King and West 21st streets. When workers arrived at 4 p.m., Bill Kemmer, with the city of Muskogee Water Distribution Department, said he had been monitoring traffic on the corner since 12:30 in the sweltering heat. The National Weather Service is predicting temperatures will reach 110 today. Gov. Mary Fallin declared a state of emergency for the entire state of Oklahoma in extreme or exceptional drought conditions Monday. Fallin’s drought emergency will last for 30 days, according to a media release.
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LIVE BLOG:Coverage of Monday's devastating tornado
A massive tornado touched down Monday afternoon in Moore, Okla., just south of Oklahoma City. Follow live coverage of the aftermath of the storm.
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