Record Heat Likely

A lot cooler for the start of fall
Posted at 5:08 AM, Sep 19, 2022

We stay warm overnight, only cooling off into the low 70s under mostly clear skies.

Record heat is expected Tuesday as we continue to heat up. Mostly sunny skies push Omaha into the mid 90s, likely topping the record of 95, set in 2018. The humidity will make it feel like we are at 100+ degrees.

A cold front arrives overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday morning, bringing some much-needed relief from both the heat and humidity! Wednesday starts with a few hit and miss showers, but a lot of spots stay dry. We see a lot of clouds linger into the afternoon with highs only in the low 70s.

Fall officially starts Thursday, and our temperatures will be below average. Highs will be in the upper 60s with a mix of sun and clouds and low humidity.

Friday starts with some scattered rain showers, but the afternoon looks drier and cool. Highs stay in the upper 60s.

We warm up a little more over the weekend, but just closer to average. Saturday will be mostly sunny with highs near 80, followed by mid 70s on Sunday.

Mostly Sunny
Record: 95 (2018)
High: 96

Mostly Clear
Spot AM Showers
Low: 65

Mostly Cloudy
Scattered Rain
High: 73

Mostly Cloudy
High: 67

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