Warmth and dryness dominated June

June saw temperatures rise about 2 degrees above average, with temperatures the highest in the southcentral and northeast portions of the state. A lack of rain also meant dryness crept into all but the far western and southeastern parts of Nebraska. Learn more about how June’s climate conditions ranked in this month’s edition of the Climate Update from the Nebraska State Climate Office.

June 2017 climate summary

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