Nebraska Climate Watch
The U.S. Drought
Monitor is a comprehensive way of tracking drought in the United States. This product is
updated each Thursday morning.
The Nebraska State
Climate Office is home to the State Climatologist and houses a variety of informative
products and links to weather resources for the state.
Weather Information Network from the National Weather Service provides a look at hourly
reports, statewide forecasts, weather watches/warnings, and other vital information.
Nebraska Weather and
Climate is another great resource for both past and present conditions for the state.
Nebraska and High Plains Climate
High Plains Climate
Center's Automated Weather Data Network (AWDN) and other climate related
Climate Prediction Center
Forecast Products include 6-10 day, monthly, and seasonal long-range outlooks
Precipitation and Temperature forecasts based on soil moisture
Omaha/Valley NWS Forecast Office
Hastings NWS Forecast Office
North Platte NWS Forecast Office
Cheyenne NWS Forecast Office
Monthly Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) Maps from the National Drought Mitigation Center
CPC's Weekly Palmer Drought Index Map
CPC's Palmer Drought Information Tables
USGS Water Resources of
Missouri River Basin River Forecast
Bureau of Reclamation Hydrological Information for
Crop and Soil Moisture Information
Weekly Crop Moisture Index Map
Moisture Anomalies are updeated daily by the Climate Prediction Center (CPC)
Soil Moisture Forecasts from the CPC
Nebraska Agricultural Statistics
Service's Weekly Weather and Crop Bulletin
Forest Service's Wildland Fire Assessment
El Niño's effects on Nebraska
National Climatic Data Center's Climatic Extremes and Weather Events
Site is worth a visit.
What is El Niño?
What is La
Nebraska from Space: Daily satellite imagery derived products are located here.
NOAA's National Climatic
Data Center (NCDC) is the country's weather data archiving and distribution center.
Resources Conservation Service's Western Water Supply Outlook: Look for valuable
information here from October through May.
For more information, please contact the Nebraska Department of Agriculture at (402)
471-2341 and ask for the Climate Assessment and Response Committee Coordinator.