One inch of precipitation by May 15 map
Figure 1. Probability of one inch of precipitation early next week.

Weekly Weather Outlook and Update: May 9, 2024

May 10, 2024
There is more rain expected for Nebraska next week, but it's likely to be followed by an extended dry period.

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Projected precipitation May 3-4 map
Figure 1. Projected precipitation Friday night, May 3 into Saturday morning, May 4.

Weekly Weather Outlook and Update: May 2, 2024

May 2, 2024
With two more rounds of storms inbound, the latest forecast includes another two to three inches of precipitation for eastern Nebraska by early next week and the potential for another round of severe weather on Monday, May 6.

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Weekly Weather Outlook and Update: April 24, 2024

April 25, 2024
Planting in Nebraska may be sidelined over the weekend as rainfall is expected to continue across the region through Sunday, April 28.

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March 2024 Climate Summary

April 19, 2024
March was the 10th consecutive month with record-setting temperatures globally and the 31st warmest on record for Nebraska.

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Minimum temperatures April 20 map

Weekly Weather Outlook and Update: April 18, 2024

April 19, 2024
Sub-freezing temperatures are returning to much of Nebraska this Saturday morning, April 20, followed by more seasonal temperatures and two chances of precipitation throughout next week.

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Projected low temperature map

Weekly Weather Outlook and Update: April 11, 2024

April 12, 2024
Next week's forecast includes a risk of severe weather on Monday, followed by cooler temperatures that may lead to a frost Friday and Saturday for the majority of the state.

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This Week on N Field: Severe Weather

April 5, 2024
Are you prepared for severe weather in 2024? In this episode, extension reviews some of the most important aspects of preparing for weather-related emergencies on the farm.

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This Week on N Field: Bomb Cyclone

April 5, 2024
Nebraska Extension Educator Amy Timmerman reflects on how the 2019 bomb cyclone affected Nebraskans, both then and now, and where individuals can seek help to cope with lingering impacts.

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