Nebraska Used To Be Much Hotter

All records from the last ten years were set at new stations which didn’t exist during the 1930s.

August 14 Nebraska USHCN record temperatures 
                        Temp    Year(s)
  HASTINGS 4N    	110	1936		
  FRANKLIN       	108	1936		
  PAWNEE CITY    	108	1936		
  TECUMSEH 1S    	108	1913		
  AUBURN 5 ESE   	107	1936		
  FAIRBURY 5S    	107	1913		
  RED CLOUD      	107	1936		
  YORK           	107	1913		
  BEAVER CITY    	106	1900	1936	2000
  GENEVA         	106	1913		
  GENOA 2 W      	106	1936		
  IMPERIAL       	106	1913		
  MC COOK        	106	1937		
  MINDEN         	106	1913		
  SYRACUSE       	106	1913	1936	
  ALLIANCE 1WNW  	105	1937		
  ATKINSON 3SW   	105	2000		
  GOTHENBURG     	105	1919		
  HOLDREGE       	105	1913		
  LODGEPOLE      	105	1935	1937	
  MERRIMAN       	105	1935	1937	
  SEWARD         	105	1936		
  WEEPING WATER  	105	1913		
  ASHLAND NO 2   	104	1913	1934	
  CRETE          	104	1913		
  CURTIS 3NNE    	104	1936		
  HEBRON         	104	1913	1936	1978
  KIMBALL 2NE    	104	1935		
  PURDUM         	104	1931		
  ALBION         	103	1911	1937
  FAIRMONT       	103	1913			
  MADISON        	103	1936			
  SAINT PAUL 4N  	103	1944			
  BEATRICE 1N    	102	2007	(Active since 1984)	
  BRIDGEPORT     	102	1898	1935	1937	
  BROKEN BOW 2 W 	102	1936	1937		
  DAVID CITY     	102	1936			
  HARRISON       	102	1937			
  NORTH LOUP     	102	1936			
  OAKDALE        	102	1934			
  WAKEFIELD      	102	1988			
  TEKAMAH        	101	1911			
  HARTINGTON     	100	1934	1936	1970	1988
  LOUP CITY      	100	1965			
  STAPLETON 5W   	98	2007	(Active since 1989)	
  HAY SPRINGS 12 	94	1988	2000 (Active since 1963)

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2 Responses to Nebraska Used To Be Much Hotter

  1. Brian D says:

    Think you might be interested in these graphs that weather.com has out from this article concerning the drought ranking. 2012 ranks, but nothing like the 30’s and 50’s, not that that wasn’t known.
    http://www.weather.com/news/drought-climbs-historical-rankings-20120813

    Images:
    Peak % area in drought

    Peak % area, severe to extreme drought

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