Weather Ready Nebraska

Weather Ready Nebraska Helping agricultural producers, businesses and communities increase resiliency by identifying vulnerabilities and prioritizing actions.

Resources for those affected by Flooding
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is working to support those affected by devastation wrought by recent storms across the state and region.

Whether it's a flash flood or a slow onset flood, excessive amounts of water can cause significant damage. Nebraska Extension is your trusted source for flood-related information. Our campus and county-based experts are ready to help you get the answers you need.

Flood Resources Flood Risk Webinar Video Recording

Focus Areas

climate and weather literacy

Climate and Weather Literacy

Education on the resources available in Nebraska and the science of climate and weather.

Climate Change and Ag Nebraska Climate Summary
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Scenario Planning

Developing management strategies for the most impactful climate and weather scenarios.

Crops Scenario Planning Tool Beef Scenario Planning Graphic
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Field to Market

Increase the sustainability of your farming operation. Be a part of the Husker Pilot and contact one of us below.

Field to Market
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Weather Ready Farms

Programs designed to increase the preparedness, recovery, and resiliency to extreme weather and climate events.

Weather Ready Farms Overview

Latest Projects

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Weather Ready Landscapes

Infographics designed to help home and business owners manage their landscapes for adverse weather and climate events.

Weather Ready Landscapes
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Hail Know

While you can't prevent hail, you can prepare for and respond quickly when dealing with hail damage to crops. We're here to help you make informed, timely decisions.

Hail Know
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Drought Ready Nebraska

Drought is a common risk in Nebraska, and there are many drought-ready tips on our drought webpage.

Drought Ready Nebraska
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AgriTools Mobile App

This app is designed to provide location-specific ag climate and weather data, forecasts, and maps. The quick connection to UNL apps and resources allows users to easily find related information.

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Climate Trends Climate Normals GDD ET

Soil Temp Soil Moisture Precipitation Wind

Outlooks Forecasts Impacts Data

Team Contacts

daren redfearn

Daren Redfearn

Forage/Crop Residue Specialist

Agronomy & Horticulture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln


extension disaster education network
united states department of agriculture
notheren plains climate hub extension and outreach
north central region water network
university of nebraska extension
university of nebraska state climate office
high plains regional climate center
national drought mitigation center