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GREATER OMAHA CLIMATE

Greater Omaha has a continental climate with warm summers and dry winters. According to the National Climatic Data Center, most the precipitation occurs from April through September in the form of showers or thunderstorms in the evening hours. Only ten percent of total annual precipitation falls during the winter months.

The accompanying table highlights average temperatures and precipitation for Greater Omaha. On average, the warmest month of the year is July and the coldest is January. 
 

Greater Omaha Climate Data

Month

Avg. High

Avg. Low

Mean

Avg.
Precipitation

Jan

33°F

14°F

24°F

0.72 in.

Feb

38°F

18°F

28°F

0.89 in.

Mar

51°F

28°F

40°F

1.99 in.

Apr

64°F

40°F

52°F

2.96 in.

May

74°F

51°F

63°F

4.76 in.

Jun

83°F

61°F

72°F

4.18 in.

Jul

87°F

66°F

77°F

3.83 in.

Aug

85°F

64°F

75°F

3.82 in.

Sep

78°F

54°F

65°F

2.68 in.

Oct

65°F

42°F

54°F

2.15 in.

Nov

49°F

29°F

39°F

1.64 in.

Dec

35°F

17°F

26°F

1.04 in.

Source: The Weather Channel