Posts tagged with: climate summary

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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
Warm start, cool end to July, dryness continues Article July started off following June’s lead and giving Nebraska temperatures that registered above normal, but by month’s end, a cool-down
Surplus rain brings relief to some, halts hay baling for others Article Temperatures were near normal, if slightly on the cool side, through August, and bouts of rain were nearly continuous in
September warm with soaking rains Article September brought it all. We saw nearly triple-digit heat, below-freezing temperatures and record-setting rainfall. The mix of conditions slowed harvest
Cool weather, season-ending freeze and snow highlight October Article October began with some record-breaking high temperatures recorded at both Grand Island and Hastings airports. Just a day later, a
November delivers low temps, lots of snow Article Cooler-than-normal weather prevailed across much of the country this November. The strongest temperature departures occurred in a swath east of
December delivered rain, snow, and more rain Article Precipitation was the big story for the end of the year in Nebraska. Thanks to several storms that moved across
Fact check: January not as cold or wet as it seemed Article The southeast corner of Nebraska hit the snow jackpot this season, after January continued the trend of substantial snowfall amounts
Brutal cold envelops Nebraska in February Article After two consecutive months of above-normal temperatures to start the winter season, an energetic northern jet developed over North America
March brings historic flooding to Nebraska Article Historic and large-scale flooding ravaged Nebraska this March. It wasn’t only a result of the “bomb” cyclone causing blizzard conditions