Station

Average High

Average Low

Average Monthly

+/- Normal

Highest Temp/Day

Lowest Temp/Day

Pcpn/Snow

+/- Normal

Grand Island

83.1 59.3 71.2 +0.1 93/14th 48/13th 9.85/T@ +6.13/0.0

Hastings

81.2 57.5 69.4 -2.3 90/24th 48/13th 6.96/T@ +3.37/0.0

Kearney 4NE

81.9 57.4 69.7 -0.1 92/14th 49/13th 7.23/0.0 +3.51/0.0

Beaver City

87.0 56.1 71.6

-0.9

100/25th 43/13th 1.88/T@ -1.62/0.0

Gothenburg

81.0 55.6 68.3 -2.0 89/25th* 45/12th 5.64/M +1.97/M

Greeley

81.2 54.5 67.8 -1.3 90/25th 43/13th 4.83/T@ +0.94/0.0

Hebron

83.8# 60.2# 71.8# -0.4 95/25th 55/10th 3.00#/T@ -0.91/0.0

Holdrege

82.6 57.5 70.1 0.0 92/25th* 53/14th* 4.31/T@ +0.66/0.0

Superior

84.8 57.9 71.4 -2.2 95/27th* 51/10th 2.11/T@ -1.89/0.0

York

85.1 62.2 73.7 -0.9 94/25th 49/13th 6.28/0.0 +2.40/0.0

Beloit

87.1 62.4 74.7 0.0 99/26th 55/30th 2.21/0.0 -1.56/0.0

Phillipsburg

86.1# 58.9# 72.0# -1.2 97/25th* 52/11th* 2.31/0.0 -0.75/0.0

Plainville

85.8 60.1 72.9 -2.9 101/26th 54/12th* 2.71/T@ -0.04/0.0
Smith Center 84.9 59.5 72.2 -2.1 97/25th 54/6th 5.67/T@ +2.51/0.0

The cool season continued into summer across a large part of our region...with Holdrege and Superior breaking even...and Grand Island just a tenth of a degree above normal for the month.  Beaver City and Plainville were the only two sites to break the century mark in June...usually a month with 1 to 3 days of at or above 100 degree readings for our area. 

For the first time since March...a few of our sites were significantly below normal in the precipitation category.  On the other side of the coin...many locations finished above normal for the month...for some...over twice the average June rainfall.  Grand Island received almost 10 inches of rain for the month...9.85 inches...the second wettest June since 1895 (the all-time record for June at Grand Island...13.96 inches in 1967.) 

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

YELLOW indicates above normal temperature.

BLUE indicates below normal temperature.

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