Climate App helps ag producers track soil temperature, precipitation via smartphone

High Plains Regional Climate Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has released Climate App, a smartphone-friendly collection of maps for agriculture producers that tracks northeastern Colorado ambient temperature, soil temperature and precipitation.

Data is collected from over 70 weather stations in a multi-state region from roughly the Continental Divide in Northern Colorado east to Missouri and north to the Canadian border.

Climate App is free and accessible via mobile browser at http://hprcc3.unl.edu/Ap/

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