Soil temperatures represent a 24-hour average and are taken at 4 inches below the soil surface under bare soil.
Top maps: (left) Seven-day average soil temperatures and (right) one-day average soil temperatures.
Lower map: Departure from normal seven-day average soil temperatures.
This report is provided by Al Dutcher, Nebraska state climatologist, in the UNL School of Natural Resources from data provided by the High Plains Regional Climate Center.
Visit the HPRCC website for local, regional, and national climate data resources you can use when planning for your agricultural operation.