Posts tagged with: drought

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Precipitation varies across state in a warmer than normal October Article Highlights Temperatures were above normal across Nebraska, and much of the U.S., this October. Precipitation was the bigger story statewide
Record heat, drought expansion and wildfires highlight September Article Highlights Temperatures were above average across Nebraska in our 11th warmest September, continuing a climate warming trend we have experienced
Above normal temperatures and isolated heavy rains highlight August Article Highlights In a month that was about two degrees warmer than normal, Nebraska experienced worsening drought conditions overall. Drought expanded
Severe storm highlights July’s weather Article Highlights The main story for July was the severe weather event on July 9th and 10th that swept across Nebraska
Record heat, drought expansion and localized heavy rains this June Article Highlights More than a dozen temperature records were tied or broken across Nebraska in the 12th warmest June on record
Abundance of rain for portions of south, tornados impact southwest Article Highlights Severe weather was much more active during May, particularly late in the month with a tornado outbreak in southwest
9th Warmest December on Record Article Highlights The statewide average temperature this December ranked in the top 10 warmest going back to 1895. A handful of
November boasts a 5th warmest ranking Article Highlights There were nearly too many daily temperature records to count in what was the 5th warmest November (since 1895)
Record heat, record cold and snow highlight October Article Highlights October brought a little bit of everything this year it seems. Record heat and temperatures in the 90s occurred
Dryness continues and drought intensifies Article Highlights This month’s highlights for Nebraska include significant expansion of drought and dryness conditions in what was the 17th driest