With the month of May coming to a close yesterday, May 2018 will go on record as the second hottest May on record, according to the Lincoln National Weather Service.
Warning Coordination Meteorologist Chris Miller says temperatures averaged well above normal the entire month.
Rainfalls have been sparse throughout the month and Miller states predicting rainfalls heading into the summer can be hard to monitor.
Miller believes temperatures will hover around the average or slightly above in June, but temps will subside to their normal averages the rest of the summer.
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