Over the past few hours, temperatures in Nebraska have taken a major dip.
In eastern Nebraska, the temperature dropped from a high of around 94 degrees Wednesday to high of about 57 degrees by Thursday.
University of Nebraska Lincoln Climatologist Ken Dewey says despite Wednesday’s warm weather, Dewey says to not get used to it. He states forecasts covering the next two weeks show highs in the fifties.
However, despite some early fall below average temperatures, Dewey says there’s a good chance this winter will be normal than usual, due to the development of the climate phenomenon known as El Nino.