It’s hot out there.
Hot enough to break some records in western Nebraska.
The sun was searing the Nebraska Panhandle plains Thursday where temperatures reached up to 112 degrees.
That mark was hit in rural Sioux County, as was 111 degrees about ten miles east of Harrison. Mitchell, Chadron and rural Banner County, Nebraska hit 108 and Pine Bluffs, Wyoming on the border of the two states topped out at 107.
Other scorching Nebraska temps saw Dalton at 106, Alliance tied and Scottsbluff set records at 105 and Sidney set a record at 104 degrees Thursday.
By Dave Collins, KSID