Posts tagged with: monthly summary

Title Type Summary Location
September temperatures mostly above average Article September delivered temperatures that were mostly above average, in some areas by 3 degrees or more, though there were pockets
Season-ending freeze later than normal Article This year, Nebraskans saw the season-ending freeze come, on average, a little later than normal, with each of our 65
Warmth, dryness round out the fall season Article November brought Nebraskans above-average temperatures and below-normal precipitation. In the eastern part of the state, temperatures were slightly above normal
A tale of two Decembers Article December started the month with temperatures above normal, but ended with frigid temperatures after an Arctic airmass settled over the
Temps well below zero & a blizzard kick off 2018 Article Temperatures were well below normal during the first week of the New Year, with temperatures breaking records in some parts
A cold and snowy February rounds out the winter season Article Winter held on tight this February, with portions of southwest, central and northeast Nebraska seeing plenty of snow to go
March: All weather was welcome Article March saw plenty of variety, offering up rain, snow, hail and variable temperatures. Precipitation totals were heaviest in east-central Nebraska
April sees record cold Article A mid-month blizzard stuck Nebraska, dropping between 8 inches and 2 feet of snow across the southern Panhandle and northcentral
May brings record warmth and triple-digit heat Article After a cold and snowy April, Nebraska seemingly skipped spring and went right to summer in May. Average temperatures were
June sees continued warmth, plenty of rain Article It’s summer, and the temperatures across much of Nebraska have been HOT. We’ve also seen plenty of rain, which has