July 2008 Climate Connection

Station

Average High

Average Low

Average Monthly

+/- Normal

Highest Temp/Day

Lowest Temp/Day

Pcpn/Snow

+/- Normal

Grand Island

88.8

65.9

77.4

+1.6

97/27th

54/13th

2.63/0.0

-0.51/0.0

Hastings

88.2

63.9

76.0

-0.1

96/27th*

54/13th*

8.01/T@

+4.20/0.0

Kearney 4NE

87.0

64.2

75.6

-0.9

95/27th

54/13th

3.68/0.0

+0.25/0.0

Beaver City

93.8

63.6

78.7

+0.5

101/20th

48/13th

2.97/0.0

-0.14/0.0

Gothenburg

87.5

62.6

75.1

-0.3

96/27th

51/13th

3.39/M

+0.16/M

Greeley

86.7

61.1

73.9

-0.1

93/27th*

48/13th

2.48/0.0

-1.36/0.0

Hebron

88.3#

64.7#

76.5#

-0.1

98/27th

53/13th

4.69/0.0

+0.50/0.0

Holdrege

87.6

63.4

75.5

+0.5

96/27th

54/1st

2.70/0.0

-1.42/0.0

Superior

88.5

63.3

75.9

-2.5

97/27th*

54/13th*

4.42/0.0

+0.80/0.0

York

89.7

67.4

78.5

+1.3

98/27TH

58/13TH

2.77/0.0

-1.03/0.0

Beloit

91.7

67.4

79.5

-1.1

101/24th

53/13th

5.06/0.0

+1.19/0.0

Phillipsburg

93.7#

64.7#

79.2#

+0.4

104/2nd

54/13th

2.93/0.0

-0.37/0.0

Plainville

95.4#

67.8#

81.6#

-3.7

102/11th

53/13th

4.10/0.0

+0.18/0.0

Smith Center

91.3

64.8

78.1

-1.6

99/27th*

53/13th

2.99/0.0

+0.74/0.0

Average temperatures in July were on both sides of average ranging from 1.6 degrees above normal at Grand Island...to 2.5 degrees below normal at Superior.  The coolest temperatures for the month set in on the morning of the 13th...in the wake of a cold front that brought a 10 to 15 degree drop in temperatures on the 12th.

Similar to the monthly temperatures...precipitation totals for July ranged from 1.42 inches below normal at Holdrege...to a whopping 4.20 inches above normal at the NWS Office 4 miles north of Hastings.  For Hastings it was the 5th wettest July on record since 1895.                                       

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

YELLOW indicates above normal temperature.

BLUE indicates below normal temperature.

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