Think the weekend was hot? You must've spent your Monday inside.
Monday's 105-degree high tied the record temperature for July 23, set in 2005.
It was so hot it might delay the pick up of the city's trash. Omaha Mayor Jim Suttle's office said trash at some homes in the Monday service area would probably still need to be picked up.
The city's trash contractor, Deffenbaugh Industries, planned to work Tuesday to finish the missed collections and to collect materials in the regular Tuesday collection area.
At least some relief could be coming.
Meteorologists from the National Weather Service in Valley forecast a 50 percent chance of rain on Wednesday evening. That would be Omaha's first noticeable rain since June 20.
And cooler temperatures - in the 90s - could follow.
Because Monday's extreme heat is expected to continue at least through midweek, additional trash delays might occur, the Mayor's Office said. Residents were asked to leave their trash where it could be picked up.