Matt Serwe, KETV NewsWatch 7

Matt Serwe

KETV NewsWatch 7

Omaha, NE, United States

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Past articles by Matt:

Overnight soaker! Rain totals from the early Tuesday storms

Most of the Omaha metro received more than 2 inches of rain. → Read More

Rain totals and wind damage reports from overnight storms

There was a sharp cut-off north and south between a lot of rain and very little. Plus, a map of wind damage reports from overnight and early Wednesday. → Read More

IMPACT WEATHER: Dangerous heat Tuesday, Wednesday

Weather Now Meteorologist Matt Serwe explains why it will feel so hot, and when relief arrives. → Read More

Recap: Severe wind and rain reports from the weekend storms

Weather Now Storm Team Meteorologist Matt Serwe shows all the high wind and rain reports from the two rounds of weekend storms. → Read More

IMPACT WEATHER: Flash Flood Watch in southeast Nebraska

Additional heavy rain from strong storms could cause quick flooding in parts of Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri. → Read More

Damage from overnight storms across eastern Nebraska

Storms produced winds from 60 to 70 mph across most of eastern Nebraska. You could be waking up to tree damage and downed power lines. → Read More

IMPACT WEATHER: Strong winds, heavy rain, isolated tornadoes possible Wednesday night

Make sure everyone in your house knows what to do if and when severe weather hits. → Read More

Two tornadoes, hail, heavy rain in Nebraska Sunday night

A recap of all the severe weather reports, including two landspout tornadoes, and rain totals in the Omaha metro. → Read More

Nebraska Science Fest: Egg in a bottle experiment

The Nebraska Science Festival continues through the end of April. Weather Now Meteorologist Caitlin Harvey is back with an experiment that shows the power of air pressure. → Read More

Nebraska SciFest: Make your own barometer at home

The Nebraska Science Fest continues through April, and the Weather Now Storm Team is back with activities you can do at home. → Read More

Nebraska SciFest: Make your own anemometer at home

The Nebraska Science Fest continues through April, and the Weather Now Storm Team is back with activities you can do at home. → Read More

Nebraska SciFest: Making a Cloud in a Jar

As Nebraska SciFest month continues, Meteorologist Matt Serwe has a weather experiment you can try at home or in school. With a few simple household items, you can make a cloud in a jar. → Read More

NE SciFest: Weather technology, radar and satellite

Radar and satellite are common weather tools used in every forecast. Meteorologist Matt Serwe explains how they work and what they do. → Read More

Ice jam flooding closes Highway 15 near the Platte River

Dodge County Emergency management reported water on the road early Friday morning. → Read More

IMPACT WEATHER: Record cold temperatures early Tuesday

Temperatures are dropping from -20 to -30 degrees across the Omaha metro. Wind chills are even colder. → Read More

IMPACT WEATHER: Snow, dangerously cold wind chills

Two rounds of light snow and bitterly cold winds are likely this weekend. → Read More

IMPACT WEATHER: Heavy snow early Thursday morning causing commute delays

A burst of steady to heavy snow will likely make the morning commute slippery in the Omaha metro. → Read More

All-time rankings for Monday's historic snow in Omaha, Lincoln

All reporting sites set daily snow records Monday. Omaha and Lincoln landed in the top 10. → Read More

SEVERE IMPACT: Major winter storm likely Monday

Significant snowfall is likely Monday with widespread heavy snow this afternoon and evening. Travel will become difficult to impossible later today. → Read More

IMPACT WEATHER: Light snow this weekend, more likely Monday

There are several snow chances in the next week. Low impacts Saturday, and potentially higher impacts Monday. → Read More