So far this summer, the only temperature records that Omaha has set have been overnight ones:
• Sunday, July 28, 6:10 a.m., 48 degrees set a daily record low for that date. The previous record was 52 on July 28, 1994.
• Saturday, July 27, 6:34 a.m., 53 degrees matched the record low for the date, in 2005.
• Friday, June 21, 7:11 a.m., the overnight low was 79, the warmest on record for that date.
“Overnight'' records typically are set around sunrise of the next day. The previous record for the morning of June 21 was 77 in 1988 and 1974.
The only triple-digit temperature this year in Omaha occurred in the spring.
At 3:48 p.m. Tuesday, May 14, the mercury spiked to 101 degrees, topping the previous high for the date, 96, set in 1915.
Source: National Weather Service/Valley