November brought Nebraskans above-average temperatures and below-normal precipitation. In the eastern part of the state, temperatures were slightly above normal, but the west and north-central portions of the state saw temperatures rise about 5 degrees above normal. This was coupled with well-below-normal precipitation levels across the entire state. Learn more about what November's climate conditions meant for Nebraskans in this month's edition of the Climate Update.
Warmth, dryness round out the fall season
Monday, Dec 11, 2017