Lincoln, Nebraska  Weather and Climate


The Lincoln Skyline viewed from Hardin Hall, east Campus, UNL, home of this web site.  Photo © K. Dewey.

This is the new home of "Lincoln Weather And Climate" at the
University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  This site is managed by
Dr. Ken Dewey, School of Natural Resources, Applied Climate Sciences.

Quick Links:
November 2008 Climate Data  
October 2008 Climate Data  
November  Photo Gallery  and October  2008 Photo Gallery   

Lincoln's 7 Day Weather Forecast

New Features:
Winter 2008-09 Forecast
Six foot Hail Drifts in England!
Arctic Ice Thickness Drops 19 Percent
Lincoln's First Freeze of the Autumn Climatology, 1887-2008
Last 12 Months Temperature Graph: November 1, 2007 - October 31, 2008
October 2008 Temperature Graph
Lincoln's Growing Season Climatology, 1887-2008
Recent Features:
Lake McConaughy Rebounds after a Long Drought
Arctic Ice Continues to Decline
Arctic Scientists:   New Global Warming Threat
A foggy Early Autumn Morning in eastern Nebraska
 A 10,000 Mile Trip Across the Arctic (Glaciers, Wildlife, Permafrost, Climate Change, and Scenery)
October 2008 Climate Data      
Click on the News Archive link to the far left to see previous news features

 Also, Check out our  Photo Galleries Web Site

The Central Plains Severe Weather Symposium
and family Weatherfest.  was held on
Saturday, March 29, 2008
The event was a huge success.

CPSWS2008 and Weatherfest Photo Gallery

Event Website:  Click Here

CPSWS 2009 is scheduled for Saturday April 4, 2009