None - Just when you think you know everything about the heat. Here’s a little bit of trivia. What’s hotter; Oklahoma temperatures or temperatures in your hot tub? Listen to this! The top temperature allowed for a hot tub is 104 degrees. Just ask Ranok Shah. His family has owned the Galaxy Home Recreation Store in north Tulsa since 1975. They sell hot tubs and pools, as well as everything else related to the summer months. Shah tells KRMG, “In the summer, a lot of the hot tubs are going over a 104 and so we get a fair amount of phone calls talking about overheating . It’s not the hot tub. It’s just the sun hunkering down.” Shah says, “Your hot tub is still going to get above 104 right now in this heat, even if you have it set down in the low 80’s or 70’s.” Shah says the hot tub business has been slow. Usually, this is when families come in to get a good deal. Shah is anxious to see what happens in the next couple of weeks. August is the month when hot tub season picks up. The good news is that the pool business has seen a huge up tick in July, as opposed to June. Financing hasn’t been good for his business either. As for families, the bottom line is watch out for your children and pets around the hot tub during the heat wave.