We've been suffering with triple digit heat and dew points in the low 80's. It has been painfull because the hardest task in farming is hauling irrigation pipe when it's hot. Okay, maybe not the hardest, but one of the hardest. Respiration is labored even while idle.
We had a front go through last night. We got almost an inch. That makes 2 and a half we've received in the last 10 days.
BUT,,,the big news is that it is 67 degrees right now. We expect mid 70's for a high. Tonights low is expected to nearly break a record low in the mid 50's.
The temps are to return to the low 90's by the weekend, but for now, let's pretend it's fall in Tekamah. (pronounced- tee-Kay'-muh)