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Lincoln, NE, October 2010 Weather and Climate Data

Lincoln, Nebraska: October 2010: Daily Climate Data


All data in the following tables are from the National Weather Service and HPRCC data archives.

Year 2010 Precipitation (in inches) compared to normal: red above normal, blue below normal

 
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
TOTAL
2010
0.82
0.99
1.77
2.53
3.70
9.90
5.83
2.81
3.73
0.13
0.00
0.00
32.21
Normal
0.67
0.66
2.21
2.90
4.23
3.51
3.54
3.35
2.92
1.94
1.58
0.86
28.37

  Normal January 1 - October 31  precipitation = 25.93 inches. 

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Record High of 91 F observed on October 8, 2010.  Old record was 90 F set in 1934 and 1893

October
2010
Max
Min
Mean
Dep
Pcpn
Rec
Pcpn
Rec
Max
Rec
Min
HDD
CDD
Avg
Max
Avg
Min
Avg
Mean
Snow
Friday 
Oct. 1
81
42
62
+2
0.00
1.65
94
27
3
0
74
47
60
 
Saturday 
Oct. 2
63
36
50
-10
0.00
1.28
94
28
15
0
73
46
60
 
Sunday 
Oct. 3
64
30
47
-12
0.00
2.10
96
27
18
0
73
46
59
 
Monday 
Oct. 4
68
37
53
-6
0.00
1.20
93
29
12
0
72
46
59
 
Tuesday 
Oct. 5
77
41
59
0
0.00
0.89
98
28
6
0
72
45
59
 
Wednesday 
Oct. 6
80
49
65
+7
0.00
1.01
93
24
0
0
72
45
58
 
Thursday 
Oct. 7
78
40
59
-1
0.00
1.18
90
20
6
0
71
44
58
 
Friday 
Oct. 8
91
46
69
+12
0.00
1.79
90
17
0
4
71
44
57
 
Saturday 
Oct. 9
81
52
67
+10
0.00
1.73
90
18
0
2
70
43
57
 
Sunday 
Oct. 10
77
43
60
+4
0.01
2.26
91
24
5
0
70
43
56
 
Monday 
Oct. 11
70
55
63
+7
0.04
2.74
89
21
2
0
69
43
56
 
Tuesday 
Oct. 12
75
49
62
+6
0.00
2.59
93
21
3
0
69
42
56
 
Wednesday 
Oct. 13
70
35
53
-2
0.00
1.13
92
22
12
0
68
42
55
 
Thursday 
Oct. 14
78
34
56
+1
0.00
0.86
91
24
9
0
68
41
55
 
Friday 
Oct. 15
75
33
54
0
0.00
1.12
91
22
11
0
67
41
54
 
Saturday 
Oct. 16
75
40
58
+4
0.00
1.74
88
21
7
0
67
40
54
 
Sunday 
Oct. 17
68
34
51
-2
0.00
1.18
85
15
14
0
66
40
53
 
Monday 
Oct. 18
66
34
50
-3
0.00
1.27
87
21
15
0
66
40
53
 
Tuesday 
Oct. 19
71
29
50
-2
0.00
1.02
88
12
15
0
65
39
52
 
Wednesday 
Oct. 20
77
34
56
+4
0.00
0.46
90
18
9
0
65
39
52
 
Thursday 
Oct. 21
68
32
50
-1
0.00
0.75
89
20
15
0
64
38
51
 
Friday 
Oct. 22
75
41
58
+7
0.00
2.01
89
19
7
0
64
38
51
 
Saturday 
Oct. 23
79
58
69
+19
0.00
1.18
84
20
0
4
63
37
50
 
Sunday 
Oct. 24
64
41
53
+3
0.00
0.85
89
17
12
0
62
37
50
 
Monday 
Oct. 25
74
40
57
+8
0.07
2.19
89
15
8
0
62
36
49
 
Tuesday 
Oct. 26
64
47
56
+7
0.01
1.57
86
19
9
0
61
36
49
 
Wednesday 
Oct. 27
56
37
47
-1
0.00
0.97
89
8
18
0
61
36
48
 
Thursday 
Oct. 28
58
27
43
-5
0.00
1.56
84
10
22
0
60
35
48
 
Friday 
Oct. 29
72
25
49
+2
0.00
1.98
87
9
16
0
59
35
47
 
Saturday 
Oct. 30
70
39
55
+9
0.00
4.07
83
3
10
0
59
34
47
 
Sunday 
Oct. 31
56
35
46
0
0.00
2.07
83
11
10
0
58
34
46
 
October
2010
Max
Min
Mean
Dep
Pcpn
Rec
Pcpn
Rec
Max
Rec
Min
HDD
CDD
Avg
Max
Avg
Min
Avg
Mean
 
 
TOTAL
0.13
 
 
298
10
 
 
 
 
 
AVERAGE
71.6
39.2
55.4
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NORMAL
66.5
40.4
53.5
1.94
 
 
377
12
 
 
 
 
 
DEPARTURE
+5.1
-1.2
+1.9
-1.81
-79
-2
 
 

AVERAGE AND TOTAL are OCTOBER 2010.
Temperature is "degrees F"
Precipitation measurement is "inches"
Precipitation "T" = trace, precipitation was observed but not enough to be measured

NORMAL (Norm) is the 1971-2000 Standard normals.
DEPARTURE is OCTOBER 2010  Averages and totals measured against 1971-2000 Normals.
Max = Observed Maximum and Min = Observed Minimum temperatures in deg. F.
Mean = Observed Mean Daily temperature in deg. F.
Dep = Departure from normal ( __ = below normal, + above normal), in deg. F.
Pcpn = Observed daily precipitation (midnight to midnight, CST) in inches.
Rec Pcpn = Record daily amount of precipitation in inches.
Rec Max = Record maximum temperature in deg. F.
Rec Min = Record Minimum temperature in deg. F.
HDD = heating degree day units (base of 65 degrees) in deg. F.
CDD = cooling degree day units (base of 65 degrees) in deg F.
Norm Max = Daily Normal High Temperature (1971-2000 normals) in deg. F.
Norm Min = Daily Normal Low Temperature (1971-2000 normals) in deg. F.
Norm Mean = Daily Normal Mean Temperature (1971-2000 normals) in deg. F.
Snow = Snowfall in inches.

From the record books:
Hottest recorded October temperature, 98 F, October 5, 1947
Coldest recorded October temperature, 3 F,  October 30, 1925.
Earliest ever first snowfall, September 28, 1985, 0.8 inches.
Most ever October snowfall, 13.2 inches, 1997.

October 2009 snowfall in Lincoln
October 10, 2009:    LINK:  Third Earliest Snowfall for Lincoln, NE

 

NOTE:  All data on this page are from the National Weather Service and HPRCC data archives.