What a Difference a Week Makes!

By: NWS: North Platte Office Email
By: NWS: North Platte Office Email

Only one week after the winter storm that dumped 10 inches or more of snow across the area, parts of Western and North Central Nebraska saw record high temperatures on Friday, November 6th. A change in the jet stream pattern caused temperatures to warm up quickly following the last snow event in October. This melted the wet, heavy snow in a period of only a few days.

*Broken Bow set a new daily record high. The old record was 81 degrees set in 1931.

**Valentine set a new daily record high. The old record was 78 degrees set in 1909.


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