Cooler Temperatures for the Summer Solstice

Photo: The National Weather Service

OMAHA, Nebraska -- It's the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, the longest day of the year.

It'll be much cooler today than it has been in the last few weeks with record heat in many parts of Nebraska.

The National Weather Service says today's highs will only reach the high 70s in Omaha.

A shower or two are possible near the northern border of the state.

Temperatures will go back up into the 80s by tomorrow and the warmest days of the week are expected by Thursday.

Another cold front will move across the region Thursday night into Friday bringing storms.

It'll be hot and humid until then.

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