Posted: 10:29 AM By the time we see our first measurable snowfall on Wednesday, we will have waited 309 days. I hope that I am not the only one that is excited for the our first snowstorm. However, I do know that this comes when a lot of people will be traveling before the holiday.
Posted: 9:46 AM As we make the transition from summer to fall, we can take some time to reminisce about the hot and dry summer of 2012. The summer of 2012 will go down as one of the hottest and driest summers in Nebraska’s history.
Posted: 9:20 AM With summer coming to a close, temperatures are dropping into unfamiliar territory. The summer of 2012 will, no doubt, go down as one of the hottest and driest summers on record for Nebraska and the United States.
Posted: 10:25 AM After Saturday’s hot Husker game, I started to wonder what the hottest home game temperatures were on record. Saturday’s official high temperature, I’ll remind you, was 95 degrees. After combing through 20 years of temperature records and Husker schedule, I found some very interesting information.
Posted: 8:48 AM Rain, rain, go away, come again another day: Mother Nature wants to play. Or, at least that’s what it seemed like for us in the Husker State. What we lacked in precipitation, we made up for in warmth.
Posted: 7:58 AM As I had mentioned in the previous article, March 2012 was the warmest March on record for the central United States, western Iowa, and eastern Nebraska including; Lincoln and Grand Island.
Updated: 12:00 PM In like a lamb and out like a… I’ll let you fill in the blank. There is no question that we enjoyed the warmth of March with it being the warmest on record for Lincoln and Grand Island.
Posted: 7:11 AM We have all heard this phrase said by one of the 10/11 meteorologists but there’s a better chance most people are confused on the exact meaning of what that percentage really means. I’ll try and clear the skies of any doubt that may be developing.
Updated: 8:23 AM For the majority of the population, it’s a love/hate relationship. Children enjoy playing it, and hope that enough it will close school for the day. Adults either hate having to shovel and drive in it or they enjoy playing in it, too. However you see it Mother Nature served us a healthy portion that dirty little S word; snow.
Posted: 8:22 AM With this being my first winter in Lincoln, I was curious to see what past Christmas have been like in Lincoln and the Tri-cities. With the help of the National Weather Service Climatology Data, I did some research and this is what I came up with.
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