Station

Average High

Average Low

Average Monthly

+/- Normal

Highest Temp/Day

Lowest Temp/Day

Pcpn/Snow

+/- Normal

Grand Island

85.4 61.6 73.5 -0.1 103/3rd 52/29th 1.07/0.0 -2.01/0.0

Hastings

83.5 59.9 71.7 -2.2 100/3rd* 49/29th 1.34/0.0 -1.84/0.0

Kearney

83.1 59.6 71.3 -1.2 99/3rd* 50/29th 0.80/0.0 -2.10/0.0

Beaver City

86.0 59.7 72.8 -3.8 106/2nd 48/29th 4.15/0.0 +1.34/0.0

Gothenburg

81.7 59.8 70.8 -2.7 102/2nd 48/29h 2.71/0.0 0.00/0.0

Greeley

84.0 57.6 70.8 -0.9 103/3rd 45/29th 1.63/0.0 -1.14/0.0

Hebron

85.4# 61.3# 73.4# -0.8 101/3rd 51/29th 3.25/0.00 -0.23.0.0

Holdrege

82.1 60.5 71.3 -1.6 99/3rd 56/30th 1.83/0.0 -1.40/0.0

Superior

84.1 59.5 71.8 -4.7 100/3rd* 50/29th 5.50/0.0 +2.40/0.0

York

85.3 60.7 73.0 -1.8 102/3rd 48/29th 1.52/0.0 -1.76/0.0

Beloit

85.7 64.4 75.0 -3.5 103/2nd 55/29th 4.56/0.0 +1.61/0.0

Phillipsburg

87.8 62.6 75.2 -1.4 108/2nd 55/29th 7.99/0.0 +5.19/0.0

Plainville

86.1 65.4 75.7 -0.1 105/2nd 61/29h 8.09/0.0 +5.21/0.0

Smith Center

85.3 62.1 73.7 -3.9 102/3rd* 54/29th 4.67/0.0 +1.52/0.0
August was a cool month across the board for all of our Climate Connection sites.  Several locations set all-time Top Ten Coolest records for August.  Superior experienced it's 4th coolest August since 1902...Smith Center had it's 5th coolest August since 1912 and Beaver City it's 7th coolest August of record since 1893.

August turned dry after mid month leaving most locations with a moisture deficit.  Exceptions were found over north central Kansas at Plainville...Phillipsburg and Smith Center.  Plainville's 3.87 inches of rain on the 6th and 7th propelled them into a record setting month...leaving them with 8.09 inches...the 2nd wettest August since 1893.  Phillipsburg's record rainfall wasn't locked in until the 24th when 3.62 inches of rain left them with a monthly total of 7.99 inches...the second wettest August for Phillipsburg since 1965. 

Note: # indicates one day or more of missing data. @ indicates hail.  * indicates the last of several occurrences.

YELLOW indicates above normal temperature.

BLUE indicates below normal temperature.

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