WEBVTT NOW, METEOROLOGIST MATT SERWE IS BACK WITH YOUR WEATHER NOW FORECAST.MATT: FIRST DAY OF FALL.YOU CAN DRESS LIKE THE MIDDLE OFrtSUMMER.TEMPERATURES IN THE MID TO UPPER70'S RIGHT NOW.THE RECORD WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE ON THIS DATE IN OMAHA IS 73.I THINK WE'RE GOING TO BE SETTING A NEW RECORD EARLY THISrt MORNING.DEW POINTS IN THE LOW 70'S.UNCOMFORTABLE.AND ALREADY PRETTY BLUSTERY OUTSIDE.THOSE WINDS OUT OF THE SOUTH rtGUSTING AT TIMES 20 TO 30 MILES PER HOUR THROUGHOUT THE DAY.LOOK AT...
Even though temperatures soar into the mid 90s in some cities Friday, records should be safe this afternoon. Remember to stay hydrated if you are out and about this weekend! Meteorologist Matt Serwe updates your Weather Now forecast.
WEBVTT rtDEFINITELY SUMMER-LIKE OUTTHERE.MATT: IT IS DEFINITELY GOING TOBE LIKE THAT FOR THE NEXT FEWDAYS.rtA RELATIVELY COOL 62 IN FREMONT.LOW 60'S NOT BAD EITHER.THE DErtW POINTS ARE LITTLE BITHIGHER TO OUR SOUTH AND EAST.ONE TO THE SOUTH AND EAST OFrtATLANTIC.YOU COULD SEE ISOLATED DOWNPOURSAS THE FRONT LIVES -- LIVE SPECNORTH.rtNO TRIGGER MECHANISM FOR THERAIN OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS.rtTHAT IS GOING TO BRING THE RAIN,IT IS GOING TO BRING SOMERELIEF.NOT UNTIL EARLY NEXT WEEK.TEMPERATURES...
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