OMAHA (KPTM)- The banks signs read "98" degrees throughout the metro Sunday. The heat index shot up to 105. Because of the heat wave business was down a bit at the Bellevue Berry Farm.
"We thought about staying home, but my husband really wanted to take the kids so we make it a family day," said Thrisha Hughes. "We braved the heat."
The Bellevue Berry Farm hosted its annual Pirate Festival Saturday and Sunday.
"We got a few people calling about air condition repair," Said Jody Krug of Jody's Collision and Auto Repair in South Omaha. "People don't want to go without A/C. If the heat wasn't so late in the season, they might have just waited until the spring. Some people can't go without air conditioning."
The Ultimate Baseball Academy saw a slight bump in business because of the heat. One high school elite teams conducted practice indoors. "It's a hot one out there so we want to keep the kids cool. We have to play in the heat this week," Said Dillon Sass, Oath of UBA's White team.
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