Weather Information & Resources
- Soil Temperature Summary for Nebraska (Source: Nebraska Mesonet)
(illustrated graphically and numerically by district)
- Accumulated GDD and Crop Water Use (ET) Rates
- Nebraska Ag Water Management Network. Access rain and ET information posted by the ag community and crop growth stage information
- Nebraska Extension Crop Water Use Information
Rich resources of information on ET, soil moisture sensing and water management for crop production
- Corn GDD, an online Useful to Usable Decision Support Tool for the Corn Belt
See current conditions and GDD in a 30-year perspective.
- Evapotranspiration Resources and Crop Water Use Data by Growth Stage
(Corn, Soybean, Wheat, Alfalfa, Sorghum, Sugarbeet, Potato)
- NeRAIN Reports and Maps (Nebraska Rainfall Assessment and Information Network)
Daily precipitation reports from hundreds of Nebraska sites
- Precipitation Summary (Source: High Plains Regional Climate Center)
- Ag Climate View Tool, a Useful to Usable U2U decision support tool
Access customized historical climate and crop yield data (See related CW article.)
- Ag Climate Connection, a blog with news and views on climate change in the Corn Belt
Other Helpful Sites
June 23, 2022
The current forecast indicates multiple chances for widespread precipitation in western Nebraska during the first part of July, which may slow drought expansion and intensification.
June 17, 2022
Below freezing conditions and wind chill temperatures in the 10s, heat indices in the triple digits, a derecho, dust storms and heavy rainfall — May brought no shortage of extreme weather to Nebraska.
June 16, 2022
From June 17-21, widespread middle 90s to low 100s are forecast statewide, with the warmest temperatures forecast for the southern half of the state.
June 10, 2022
After a cool start to June, Nebraska will experience well above normal temperatures during the next 10 days, with temperatures rising to the low 100s by Sunday, June 12.
June 7, 2022
Several rounds of thunderstorms are predicted for Nebraska through June 14, followed by a warming trend that will push temperatures into the 100s.