Posts tagged with: Weather Update

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Climate Prediction Center Declares La Nina Conditions Have Ended Article The Climate Prediction Center (CPC) released their latest La Nina update on May 13th and has officially declared an end https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/news/climate-prediction-center-declares-la-nina-conditions-have-ended
Weekly Agricultural Weather Update - May 11, 2021 Article Weather Review and Crop Progress This report is a summation of the crop and weather conditions that occurred since April https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/weather-updates/weekly-agricultural-weather-update-may-11-2021
Weekly Agricultural Weather Update - April 19, 2021 Article Weather Review and Crop Progress Below normal temperatures dominated the state April 11-18. The warmest day on a statewide basis https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/weather-updates/weekly-agricultural-weather-update-april-19-2021
La Niña Weakens Further - CPC Seasonal Forecasts Updated Article Current Conditions There has been a rapid deterioration of the Equatorial Pacific anomalous cold pool that has supported our current https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/news/la-nina-weakens-further-cpc-seasonal-forecasts-updated
March - Early April Recap - 2021 Weekly Ag-Weather Report Resumes Article March Weather Ag Impacts The two major storms that crossed Nebraska during March provided widespread moisture, abundantly so across central https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/weather-updates/march-early-april-recap-2021-weekly-ag-weather-report-resumes
2021 Spring Planting Outlook Article Current Conditions Very wet conditions developed across the central Plains during March as two strong upper air lows crossed the https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/weather-updates/2021-spring-planting-outlook
La Niña Weakens - CPC Issues Dry Summer Forecast Article Current Conditions Sea Surface Temperature (SST) anomalies in the Equatorial Pacific Ocean continue to slowly warm and the cold anomalous https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/weather-updates/la-nina-weakens-cpc-issues-dry-summer-forecast
Significant Precipitation Event Strikes Nebraska Article Storm Overview A powerful cutoff upper air low moved out of the central Rockies March 12th and slowly migrated east-northeastward https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/news/significant-precipitation-event-strikes-nebraska-0
Agricultural Climate Update: February brutal - March Warmer Article February Climate Impacts on Agriculture Just like February 2019, this past February started off with pleasant temperatures and dry conditions https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/weather-updates/agricultural-climate-update-february-brutal-march-warmer
La Nina Weakens - Storm Activity Increases Article Current Conditions Sea Surface Temperature (SST) anomalies in the Equatorial Pacific Ocean used to track the strength of La Nina https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/weather-updates/la-nina-weakens-storm-activity-increases