January 2009 Climate Connection

Station

Average High

Average Low

Average Monthly

+/- Normal

Highest Temp/Day

Lowest Temp/Day

Pcpn/Snow

+/- Normal

Grand Island

39.3 13.8 26.5 +4.1 59/31st* -6/24th 0.30/5.4 -0.24/-0.8

Hastings 4N

39.2 13.2 26.2 +2.6 61/31st -8/24th 0.32/6.3 -0.23/+2.2

Kearney 4NE

38.5 14.1 26.3 +3.9 59/22nd* -3/25th* 0.07/2.5 -0.47/-2.5

Beaver City

45.9 14.8 30.3 +3.3 68/22nd 2/28th 0.16/1.0 -0.56/-3.7

Gothenburg

43.4 14.5 29.0 +4.3 66/8th 1/26th 0.32/M -0.13/M

Greeley

34.1 10.4 22.2 +1.9 58/22nd -9/27th 0.44/7.0 +0.10/+3.1

Hebron

38.7 13.0 25.8 +2.5 61/22nd -4/15th 0.22/3.4 0.54/-2.5

Holdrege

39.3 15.1 27.2 +3.9 62/22nd 1/28th 0.21/5.1 -0.31/0.0

Superior

40.8 13.5 27.1 +0.9 65/22nd 0/15th 0.13/1.6 -0.55/-4.5

York 3N

35.8 10.6 23.2 -0.1 60/22nd -10/24th 0.51/5.9 -0.25/-0.9

Beloit

41.3 17.0 29.2 +1.9 60/22nd* 3/15th T/0.5 -0.71/-4.8

Phillipsburg

44.9 16.9 30.9 +5.4 66/22nd 3/15th 0.10/5.0 -0.30/+1.2

Plainville

43.9 17.7 30.8 +4.5 65/8th 4/25th* 0.07/1.3 -0.50/-3.9

Smith Center

42.4 15.2 28.8 +2.0 62/22nd 2/15th 0.07/2.6 -0.40/+1.1

Except for the counties along the eastern borders of Nebraska and Kansas...January turned out to be a warm month for the Cornhusker and Sunflower states.  Locally...nearly all of our reporting sites...except for York...finished the month with above normal average temperatures.  Moisture for the month was lacking for most reporting locations...with the bulk of precipitation falling around the 23rd...24th and 25th.      

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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January 2009 National Climatic Summary...

 

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/2009/jan/currentmonth.html

 

 



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