Posts tagged with: drought

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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 https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/climate-summaries/abundance-rain-portions-south-tornados-impact-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 https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/climate-summaries/9th-warmest-december-record
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) https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/climate-summaries/november-boasts-5th-warmest-ranking
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 https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/climate-summaries/record-heat-record-cold-and-snow-highlight-october
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 https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/climate-summaries/dryness-continues-and-drought-intensifies
Driest August on Record for Nebraska Article Driest August on Record Highlights Very dry conditions prevailed this August, rounding out a generally dry summer. Statewide, precipitation was https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/climate-summaries/driest-august-record-nebraska
A Dry and Cool April Article Highlights Nebraska had its sixth-driest April since modern record-keeping began (1895). The statewide monthly average of 0.71 inches was nearly https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/climate-summaries/dry-and-cool-april
July temps above-normal; drought worsens Article July saw temperatures again hover about 2.5 degrees above average, with temperatures the highest in the northwestern half of the https://nsco.unl.edu/articles/climate-summaries/july-temps-above-normal-drought-worsens