Year 2010 Precipitation (in inches)compared to normal: red above normal, blue below normal
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Previous Month (June 2010 Lincoln Climate Data)
Lincoln Heat Wave Climatology (Temperatures >= 90 F; and, >= 100 F)
Top ten wettest and top ten driest months (listed for each month)
The average July 2010 Lincoln temperature was 78.8 F which is normal
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ALL July 2010 high temperatures of 90 F or higher are in RED.
Warmest recorded JULY temperature, 115 F, July 25, 1936.
NORMAL (Norm) is the 1971-2000 Standard Normals.
DEPARTURE is JULY 2010 Average measured against 1971-2000 Normals.
MAX = Observed Maximum and MIN = Observed Minimum temperatures.
MEAN = Observed Mean Daily temperature.
DEP = Departure from normal ( _ = below normal, + above normal).
PREC = Observed daily precipitation (midnight to midnight, CST) in inches.
REC PREC = 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).
CDD = cooling degree day units (base of 65 degrees).
Norm MAX = Daily Normal High Temperature (1971-2000 Normals).
Norm MIN = Daily Normal Low Temperature (1971-2000 Normals).
Norm MEAN = Daily Normal Mean Temperature (1971-2000 Normals).
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