Climate, Weather and Drought

Tuesday June 18, 2019
Spring Weather Update and Forecast
Nebraska farmers are still dealing with wet conditions as we turn into the main growing season. Nebraska Extension Climatologist Al Dutcher says warmer weather is coming, but the precipitation might stick around.MP3
https://cropwatch.unl.edu/2019/warmer-drier-conditions-forecast-june

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Friday April 12, 2019
Spring Weather Outlook
UNL Climatologist Ken Dewey says this spring will probably be colder than most here in Nebraska. He says because May and June are typically the wettest months in our area, it might be difficult to avoid more flooding. MP3
http://weather.unl.edu/cws/

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Wednesday April 3, 2019
Weatherfest
Climate change and weather patterns are the topic of the 2019 Weatherfest being held at the Universities' Innovation Campus April 6th in Lincoln. The coordinator of the symposium, UNL Climatologist Ken Dewey says the day will be full of speakers and activities to help attendees understand the impact of climate and weather trends.MP3
https://weatherfest.unl.edu

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Thursday March 28, 2019
Nebraska Extension Flood Resources Web Page
Nebraska Extension is offering a wealth of information to help Nebraskans affected by the recent snowstorm and flooding. Flood.unl.edu is a website full of information and resources designed to help our state recover from the damage caused by the historic flood.MP3
http://flood.unl.edu

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Tuesday March 26, 2019
2019 Flood Causes
As Nebraskans try to recover from the recent snowstorms in the western part of the state and the historic flooding in many areas, Nebraska Extension Climatologist Al Dutcher explains the conditions that led up to these weather events. Al also forecasts what the weather might be doing both for the short and long term. MP3
http://flood.unl.edu

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Monday February 11, 2019
Winter Weather Outlook
Frigid air is expected for the final full month of winter, and those cold temperatures may linger into March. UNL Associate State Climatologist Al Dutcher says in addition to cool temperatures we also have a greater chance for more precipitation as we headed into late winter and early spring. MP3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pz-dBm8JknY

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