Station

Average High

Average Low

Average Monthly

+/- Normal

Highest Temp/Day

Lowest Temp/Day

Pcpn/Snow

+/- Normal

Grand Island

43.6 18.4 31.0 +2.8 65/24th -3/14th 0.88/7.7 +0.20/+2.0

Hastings 4N

43.8 17.0 30.4 +0.8 64/24th -5/14th 0.68/6.4 +0.01/+1.0

Kearney 4NE

45.6 17.0 31.3 +3.7 70/24th -2/28th* 0.30/7.0 -0.31/+3.2

Beaver City

52.5 17.3 34.9 +2.0 75/24th 2/28th* 0.60/6.0 -0.11/-0.9

Gothenburg

45.6 19.3 32.4 +3.9 74/6th 0/28th 1.09/M +0.58/M

Greeley

41.9 14.5 28.2 +1.9 66/5th 05/28th 0.72/10.5 +0.11/+7.5

Hebron

47.4# 16.6# 32.0# +3.5 64/25th* 2/28th* 0.50#/5.6# -0.22/+0.8

Holdrege

45.8 19.0 32.4 +3.6 68/24th 0/28th 1.65/5.5 +1.14/+0.6

Superior

49.4 17.1 33.2 +1.1 66/7th 3/28th 0.52/3.5 +0.22/2.0

York 3N

45.4 16.7 31.1 +2.3 63/24th* -2/28th* 0.62/7.8 -0.04/-1.8

Beloit

53.2 21.9 37.6 +4.4 68/24th 4/28th 0.20/T -0.52/-4.8

Phillipsburg

52.4 19.9 36.2 +3.0 78/6th 3/28th 0.51/4.0 +0.02/-0.7

Plainville

53.2 30.1 36.7 +5.1 76/6th 4/28th 0.16/1.0 -0.55/-4.5

Smith Center

51.3# 19.7 35.5# +2.7 70/24th 1/28th 0.56/3.7 +0.03/-0.1

February was a mix of warm and cold...but in the end...the month finished out in the above normal category for most reporting sites.  It was feast or famine when it came to monthly precipitation...and while there was not really much of a variance either side of normal for most locations...Holdrege and Gothenburg stood out as the precipitation leaders from storms that came around the 9th and 13th.  If there had been a monthly snowfall contest...Greeley would have won with 10.5 inches for the month. 

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

YELLOW indicates above normal temperature.

BLUE indicates below normal temperature.

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