Cold then warm, cold then warm - Mother Nature has offered up a rollercoaster of conditions this month.
Ed Shimon at the National Weather Service in Lincoln tells Regional Radio News we started the month cold, then warmed up in the 60s even some areas saw 70s and then there was a cooldown, and things have trended warmer again recently.
As we get set to the turn the calendar page on November this week, Shimon indicates it's all looking like it's going average all out to average.
After a cool weekend, this week is calling for temperatures to become above normal. Looking to December, Shimon says the trends are showing equal chances of above or below normal precipitation and equal chances of above or below normal temperatures.