|Name||Lincoln 1500 N 45th (AKA Lincoln IANR)|
|Valid time||2020-02-17 12:00 CST|
|4inch Soil Temperature||35°F|
|Incoming Solar Radiation||606W/m^2|
|Mean Sea Level Pressure||1008mb|
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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
January was relatively quiet across Nebraska with a slightly above-normal average monthly temperature and near-normal monthly total precipitation. Snowfall was heaviest in the east with up to 10 inches observed at a few locations. Soil moisture and river flows remain high given the general persistence of wetness. We are in