Each quarter, we release a newsletter highlighting our work during the previous three months. Each edition includes a feature on our weather network, a climate outlook, and our latest activities across Nebraska.
The March 2019 flood continued to draw attention from stakeholders, natural hazard planners, concerned Nebraskans and media outlets through the second quarter of the year.
Winter brought terrible cold and too much moisture to many parts of the state, leading to simultaneous catastrophic weather events in the west, northcentral and
Released just after Thanksgiving, the Fourth National Climate Assessment took the media and public by storm with its projections for the climate in the future
For the past two years, the Nebraska Extension Climate Issue Team has worked to address crop industry needs through workshops, listening sessions and the creation
Since our last newsletter, we’ve installed seven new weather stations across the state, which will help to boost our monitoring and decision-support services to Nebraskans.
Nebraska State Climate Office has released the spring edition of Climate Crossroads, its quarterly newsletter. In this issue, we take a look at how the
Here you’ll find our spring edition of the Climate Crossroads, the quarterly newsletter from the Nebraska State Climate Office. We just returned from a conference
Here you’ll find our winter edition of the Climate Crossroads, the quarterly newsletter from the Nebraska State Climate Office. As we reflected on the past
The Nebraska State Climate Office has released the fall edition of Climate Crossroads, and it has been a busy quarter. Not only did we go
The Nebraska State Climate Office has released the summer edition of Climate Crossroads, its quarterly newsletter. In this issue, you can get up to date