|Name||Lincoln 1500 N 45th (AKA Lincoln IANR)|
|Valid time||2019-12-11 15:00 CST|
|4inch Soil Temperature||31°F|
|Incoming Solar Radiation||69W/m^2|
|Mean Sea Level Pressure||1027mb|
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The newly formed Nebraska State Climate Office has set a goal of producing usable products with the information it collects through its statewide weather network, the Nebraska Mesonet.
To see where it should put its focus first, NSCO conducted a four-week survey of agriculture industry representatives through the University of
Near record cold swept across Nebraska this October. Temperatures averaged 6 degrees below normal in what was our fifth coldest on record since 1895. We experienced our first freeze and hard frost, which normally happens in October. The daily average soil temperature at the start of November remained above freezing.