Hourly, daily climate data available for research

The Nebraska State Climate Office would like to remind the general public that historical Mesonet data is available to the public in hourly and/or daily format. With Dicamba herbicide injury reports surging during the past few weeks, we want the public to be aware that data is available to research whether climatic conditions were a contributing factor. Entities looking to acquire Mesonet observation data should contact the State Climate Office at (402)-472-5206.

In order to expedite data requests when you contact us, we would request you provide us with a location and the approximate date of the suspected injury.  We will not charge producers looking to acquire weather information as long as the requested time period doesn’t exceed 30 days. If this data eventually is used in legal proceedings, we will be required to charge the law firm so they can submit the data in an acceptable format recognized by the court system.

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Curious about the Nebraska State Climate Office? Want to share your passion for our weather network? Download our brochure, which provides a brief history of our organization, as well as our goals for the future.

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We deliver a variety of climate talks, including on climate change, climate trends, and short-term climate outlooks. We also speak about our office and the Nebraska Mesonet. Invite us to speak.