Applied Climate Science
As temperatures warm, spring conditions could turn wet
The Nebraska State Climate Office's Al Dutcher writes that we are now two-thirds of the way through our meteorological winter (December-February) and it is time to take stock of how the current upper air pattern will likely influence the remainder of our winter. What he projects? Spring could turn wet.
HPRCC releases first annual regional climate summary
The High Plains Regional Climate Center recently released its first annual regional climate summary, covering climate conditions, data and rankings, and extremes events for the year 2016.