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Drought Conditions in the High Plains Region-Update July 22nd, 2014

Drought Conditions continue in the High Plains Region. Check out the update here ...More

Source/Author: Judson Buescher-High Plains Regional Climate Center 07/24/14

Sign up for the next Climate and Drought Webinar - July 17th, 1-2pm CDT

Dennis Todey, South Dakota State Climatologist, will be giving this month's climate briefing. ...More

Source/Author: Doug Kluck - NOAA 07/14/14

June 2014 Climate Summary

Which stations ranked in the top 10 wettest Junes on record? Read the summary to find out!! ...More

Source/Author: Natalie Umphlett - High Plains Regional Climate Center 07/03/14

Missouri River Basin Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook

Check out this new, short publication. Only 2 pages long! ...More

Source/Author: Natalie Umphlett - HPRCC 06/26/14

Online atlas analyzes local drought history

The National Drought Mitigation Center, based in UNL's School of Natural Resources, has unveiled a new online Drought Risk Atlas that provides analysis of data on drought frequency and severity for more than 3,000 spots across the country.


Source/Author: Kelly Helm Smith, NDMC 04/07/14

Nebraska Soil Moisture

Soil moisture plays a critical role in agricultural activities and land atmosphere interaction. HPRCC is working to provide quality soil moisture data, and has installed soil moisture probes at 51 AWDN stations.   More...

Grant Access Accounts

Are you a teacher needing access to weather data? A graduate student doing climate-related research? We may be able to help.   Find out more...

AWDN Network

The Automated Weather Data Network is one of the longest-running mesonets in the United States. With automated stations located throughout the High Plains, many running since the early 1980's, there is a wealth of data available for research.   More...


The Applied Climate Information System (ACIS) is a framework for managing realtime and historical climate data that allows for the dynamic creation of value-added climate products.  More...