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From early autumn snow in the Dakotas to severe storms in the southern plains, October brought a gamut of weather. The weather impacted harvest in some areas.

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We are in the midst of peak hurricane season and tropical activity left its mark in Texas in September. Tropical Storm Imelda brought very heavy rain, which prompted flash flood emergency conditions in parts of the state last month, according to the National Weather Service.

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Rainfall continued to be plentiful during August in parts of the Plains. Aug. 11 and 12 were notable days in some spots as record setting rainfall fell in places like Goodland and Concordia, Kansas; Omaha, Nebraska, and Pierre, South Dakota. The highest total of those locations was Omaha wit…

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Although summer tends to be synonymous with heat, record-breaking heat was a big story during the month of July for parts of the plains.

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The past month has included a mix of conditions across the plains. As fall goes on and temperatures trend colder, precipitation chances tend to include the possibility of snow for parts of the plains.

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The last days of summer are approaching and El Niño–Southern Oscillation-neutral has been in control for the summer months. A switch to El Niño is still favored sometime in the fall with oceanic and atmospheric conditions expected to reflect the change.

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Some pockets of beneficial rain in July led to improvement to the drought situation in parts of the Plains, while others dealt with ongoing or worsening drought conditions.

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Portions of the Plains were certainly wishing and praying for April showers as the lack of needed moisture continued. As we get farther into 2018, the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles continue to see very little precipitation with some parts of those areas only picking up around a half inch of …

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A month is already in the books for 2018 and while there have been some day-to-day or week-by-week changes in short term weather locally, the big picture remains the same.

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Before winter officially began, snow came down in parts of Texas and the South during the early part of December, but one event certainly doesn’t make an entire season.