|Name||Lincoln 1500 N 45th (AKA Lincoln IANR)|
|Valid time||2020-08-05 07:00 CDT|
|4inch Soil Temperature||70°F|
|Incoming Solar Radiation||17W/m^2|
|Mean Sea Level Pressure||1018mb|
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One of the aspects of life in the Great Plains is nothing is permanent. Even in the investigation of what constituted normal weather in historical Great Plains, our state is blessed, and cursed, with a state of constant change.
It is with this in mind that the Nebraska Mesonet announces
Heat and dryness were the general rule last month in Nebraska’s 9th warmest June. Several dozen temperature records were broken around the state, primarily for nighttime warmth. Most observing locations had two weeks’ worth of 90°F days or warmer. There were a two areas of localized heavy rainfall with