Another Scorcher Across Western And Central Nebraska

ANOTHER VERY HOT DAY DEVELOPED THIS AFTERNOON ACROSS WESTERN AND
CENTRAL NEBRASKA. DRY CONDITIONS ACROSS BOTH THE INTERMOUNTAIN
WEST AND THE HIGH PLAINS ALLOWED FOR RECORD BREAKING HEAT FOR THE
SECOND DAY IN A ROW. THREE RECORDS WERE SET OR TIED THIS AFTERNOON
AT CLIMATE OBSERVING SITES. NORTH PLATTE AIRPORT REACHED 106
DEGREES...BROKEN BOW 103 DEGREES...AND IMPERIAL 107 DEGREES. NORTH
PLATTE AIRPORT WAS ONLY ONE DEGREE OFF FROM TYING THE ALL TIME
MONTHLY HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE.

HERE ARE HIGH TEMPERATURES FROM 8 AIRPORT OBSERVING SITES ACROSS
WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEBRASKA...AS WELL AS ONE COOPERATIVE OBSERVER
STATION.

LOCATION                            MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE (F)

IMPERIAL............................107 (RECORD)
NORTH PLATTE........................106 (RECORD)
THEDFORD............................104
OGALLALA............................104
BROKEN BOW..........................103 (RECORD)
CALLAWAY (COOPERATIVE OBSERVER).....102
VALENTINE...........................96
AINSWORTH...........................94
ONEILL..............................94

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THESE DATA ARE PRELIMINARY AND HAVE NOT UNDERGONE FINAL QUALITY
CONTROL BY THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER /NCDC/. THEREFORE...
THESE DATA ARE SUBJECT TO REVISION. FINAL AND CERTIFIED CLIMATE
DATA CAN BE ACCESSED AT WWW.NCDC.NOAA.GOV.

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AHSENMACHER


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