The October monthly outlook from the CPC has been issued.
As we transition from summer to fall, it appears the summer heat will stick around a little longer.
Summer heat has returned, and we added another 90-degree day in September.
The front that moved through this past weekend opened the door to some much-needed moisture for the area.
If your yard looks like mine, you might have noticed some brown patches appearing over the past few days.
The warming trend we've been forecasting is now in full swing.
It's been a relatively quiet, dry start to September, but that is about to change the next few days.
Irma is not a name you hear very often these days. It’s a familiar name to me since I had a grandmother with that name, but when is the next time a tropical storm or hurricane will be named Irma in the Atlantic?
While Nebraska will never take a direct hit from a hurricane, all eyes are on the current tropical development.
The front that arrived on Labor Day has pushed much cooler air from Canada our way making it feel a lot like fall with highs in the 60s and 70s .
August turned out to be an interesting month, but not for heat or rain. It was all about cooler-than-normal temperatures.