Omaha's high of 65 shatters the mark for Jan. 19, set in 1895
The last day of the ice skating season at the University of Nebraska Medical Center rink was also its warmest. Paige Britt, 8, right, skates with Liliana Navarrette, 9. The rink opened Nov. 30.
Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2014 12:00 am
A roller coaster ride of unpredictable weather continued Sunday as high-temperature records fell across Nebraska and western Iowa.
In Omaha, the 119-year-old record for Jan. 19 — 60 degrees, set in 1895 — was shattered when Eppley Airfield reported a high of 65 at 3 p.m. Norfolk and Lincoln reported record highs of 66.
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Sunday, January 19, 2014 12:00 am.