...BENEFICIAL RAINFALL ACROSS SOUTH CENTRAL NEBRASKA AND NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS...  

The following are two day rainfall totals reported across south central Nebraska and north central Kansas, from August 7th and 8th, 2006.

The sources of these reports include automated surface observation sites (ASOS) and automated weather observing system (AWOS) locations. This comprehensive list also includes 2 day rainfall totals from our network of cooperative weather observers across south central Nebraska and north central Kansas.  
  
: VALUES REPRESENT PRECIPITATION OVER THE LAST 48 HOURS ENDING  
AT 7 AM CDT.  
  
:       STATION               PCPN  
:  
AUH  :  AURORA AIRPORT    :   2.37  
GRI  :  GRAND ISLAND      :   1.24  
HSI  :  HASTINGS AIRPORT  :   1.42  
HJH  :  HEBRON AIRPORT    :   0.35  
HDE  :  HOLDREGE          :   1.11  
EAR  :  KEARNEY AIRPORT   :   2.48  
LXN  :  LEXINGTON         :   1.02  
ODX  :  ORD AIRPORT       :   1.37  
JYR  :  YORK AIRPORT      :   1.80  
.END  
  
: COOPERATIVE OBSERVATIONS  
: VALUES ARE FOR THE PREVIOUS 48 HOURS ENDING AT 7 AM CDT.  
:  
:  
:SOUTH CENTRAL NEBRASKA       PCPN  
:  
AURN1:  AURORA            :   2.50  
CCRN1:  CLAY CENTER       :   0.58  
FRMN1:  FAIRMONT          :   1.12  
FKNN1:  FRANKLIN #2       :   0.23  
GREN1:  GREELEY           :   0.51  
HBRN1:  HEBRON            :   0.37  
KRNN1:  KEARNEY 4NE       :   2.38  
LUPN1:  LOUP CITY         :   1.12  
MINN1:  MINDEN            :   1.12  
OSCN1:  OSCEOLA           :   1.80  
SRRN1:  SUPERIOR          :   0.07  
YORN1:  YORK              :   1.78  
:  
:  
:NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS         PCPN  
:  
ATNK1:  ALTON 1W          :   1.20  
BELK1:  BELOIT            :   0.86  
BROK1:  BURR OAK          :   0.18  
PHIK1:  PHILLIPSBURG #2   :   0.37  
PLNK1:  PLAINVILLE 4WNW   :   1.03  
SMCK1:  SMITH CENTER      :   0.08  
.END  
  
:SOUTH CENTRAL NEBRASKA PRECIPITATION STATIONS  
  
:................................................................  
:       STATION             48-HR  
:        NAME               PRECIP  
:................................................................  
   
ARCN1:  ARCADIA          :   0.58  
ASHN1:  ASHTON           :   1.53  
BLGN1:  BELGRADE         :   1.62  
BLUN1:  BLUE HILL 4SW    :   0.28  
BNGN1:  BRUNING          :   0.44  
CMBN1:  CAMBRIDGE        :   1.44  
LEXN1:  CANADAY STM PLNT :   2.28  
CLYN1:  CLAY CENTER 6ESE :   0.61  
COZN1:  COZAD 2S         :   0.96  
DABN1:  DANNEBROG 4NW    :   2.13  
ELWN1:  ELWOOD 8S        :   2.39  
FLTN1:  FULLERTON        :   1.65  
GNAN1:  GENOA 2W         :   1.14  
GRSN1:  GRESHAM 3W       :   3.23  
GDRN1:  GUIDE ROCK       :   0.20  
REPN1:  HARLAN CTY LAKE  :   0.72  
MMLN1:  MILLER           :   1.91  
NAPN1:  NAPONEE          :   0.10  
NRLN1:  NORTH LOUP       :   0.38  
ORDN1:  ORD              :   1.00  
ORNN1:  ORLEANS          :   0.79  
RVTN1:  RIVERTON         :   0.15  
SHLN1:  SHELBY 3NE       :   1.84  
STPN1:  ST PAUL 4N       :   2.34  
WLSN1:  WILSONVILLE      :   0.73  
WLHN1:  WOLBACH          :   2.19  
WODN1:  WOOD RIVER       :   1.59  
  
:NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS PRECIPITATION STATIONS  
  
:................................................................  
:       STATION             48-HR  
:        NAME               PRECIP  
:................................................................  
  
:  
  
CAWK1:  CAWKER CITY      :   0.40  
DMRK1:  DAMAR            :   0.48  
HNTK1:  HUNTER           :   0.82  
IONK1:  IONIA            :   0.16  
LONK1:  LOGAN            :   0.33  
MANK1:  MANKATO          :   0.42  
PACK1:  PALCO            :   0.57  
PTIK1:  PORTIS           :   0.70  
:  
.END  

The image below depicts our county wide rainfall reports to the National Weather Service during the 24 hour period ending at 7 AM, Monday August 7th.

The image below depicts our county wide rainfall reports to the National Weather Service during the 24 hour period ending at 7 AM, Tuesday August 8th.



The image below depicts our county warning area rainfall reports to the National Weather Service during the 24 hour period ending at 7 AM, Monday August 7th.



The statewide precipitation maps for 24 hour rainfall ending at 7 AM, Tuesday, August 8th is depicted below.

 

Our latest statewide precipitation maps are always accessible on our web site by clicking here ... and our latest county wide precipitation maps are always accessible on our web site by clicking here  

Further information about precipitation can always be found at the bottom of the Hastings National Weather Service web site.


Composed by Steve Carmel


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
   


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