Nebraska Climate Center Develops Temperate App

A new smartphone app has been developed to help agricultural producers track key temperatures.

The High Plains Regional Climate Center in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Natural Resources has released the phone application software. The Climate App publishes maps that show recent highs, lows, and soil temperatures. That will help agricultural producers remain aware of temperature ranges that could affect production.

Sixty- seven weather stations report data to the climate center. The data was used to create maps that show the variations in temperature at a local level.

People interested in the app can use their phones' browsers to find the app at hprcc3.unl.edu/Ap. The app is free.


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