February 2008 Photo Gallery

All Images ┬ęKen Dewey, Applied Climate Sciences Group,
School of Natural Resources, UNL,  unless otherwise noted.


February 29, 2008: The arrival of the first spring weather for Lincoln with sunshine and 60 degree weather expected this weekend.


February 28, 2008: Just before sunset in Lincoln "X marks the spot" or "You are Here".


February 28, 2008: Just before sunset in Lincoln "X marks the spot" or "You are Here".


February 27, 2008: The view from Hardin Hall, East Campus UNL.  "Waiting for Spring".


 February 26, 2008: Looking east from 84th Street and Van Dorn Street.
The distant water tower is near 165th and Van Dorn Streets.


February 23, 2008: Thousands of Canadian Geese near Cozad, NE.


February 23, 2008: Thousands of Canadian Geese near Cozad, NE.


February 23, 2008: Thousands of Canadian Geese near Cozad, NE.


February 23, 2008: The Platte River near Grand Island.


February 23, 2008: The Platte River near Grand Island.


February 23, 2008: The Platte River near Grand Island.


February 20, 2008: Just past the full eclipse of the moon, sunlight begins to flood the corner of the moon.


February 19, 2008: A bright red sunset in Lincoln, NE.


February 18, 2008: A nearly full moon rises into the sky over Lincoln, NE.


February 15, 2008: Cold 7 F temperatures but calm winds in northeast Lincoln, NE.


February 15, 2008: Looking west with a wide angle lens toward Lincoln from Hardin Hall, East Campus, UNL.
Only a few patches of snow cover remain.


February 15, 2008: Looking west with a telephoto lens toward Lincoln from Hardin Hall, East Campus, UNL.


February 15, 2008: Looking west with a telephoto lens toward Lincoln from Hardin Hall, East Campus, UNL.


February 12, 2008: Late evening looking toward Lincoln from Hardin Hall, home of this web site.


February 12, 2008: Late evening looking toward Lincoln from Hardin Hall, home of this web site.


February 12, 2008: Sunset along the Platte River Valley.


February 8, 2008: The Platte River as viewed from I-80 near Gretna, Nebraska.


February 8, 2008: The melt down begins.


February 8, 2008: The melt down begins.


February 7, 2008: A snow sculpture left over from the snowstorm earlier in the week.


February 7, 2008: A snow and ice sculpture left over from the snowstorm earlier in the week.


February 6, 2008: The day after the snowstorm.


February 6, 2008: 5 to 7 inches of snow fell across Lincoln.


February 6, 2008: The day after the snowstorm.


February 6, 2008: The day after the snowstorm.


February 6, 2008: The day after the snowstorm and outside our office tower, Hardin Hall.


February 5, 2008:  Awful driving conditions around Lincoln, NE.


February 5, 2008:  Awful driving conditions around Lincoln, NE.


February 5, 2008:  Awful driving conditions around Lincoln, NE.


February 5, 2008:  Clearing the streets in Lincoln, NE.


February 5, 2008:  Awful driving conditions around Lincoln, NE ("O" Street near 48th St.)..


February 5, 2008:  Blowing snow reducing visibility in Lincoln, NE.


February 5, 2008:  Blowing snow reducing visibility in Lincoln, NE.


February 5, 2008:  Interstate 80 northeast of Lincoln, NE with heavy snow falling.


February 5, 2008:  Interstate 80 northeast of Lincoln, NE with heavy snow falling.


February 5, 2008:  Clearing snow on an icy Interstate 80 northeast of Lincoln, NE with heavy snow falling.


February 5, 2008:  Clearing snow in Lincoln during the morning snowfall.


February 5, 2008:  Early morning weather related accident in Lincoln, NE.


February 5, 2008:  Clearing snow on the east campus of UNL


February 5, 2008:  Heavy snow falls on the east campus of UNL


February 5, 2008:  Heavy snow falls on the east campus of UNL


February 5, 2008:  Heavy snow falls on the east campus of UNL


February 5, 2008:  Heavy snow falls on the east campus of UNL


February 5, 2008: Keeping the windows cleaned of ice and snow.


February 5, 2008:  The peak of the heavy snowfall


February 5, 2008:  Heavy snow falls on east campus of UNL.


February 5, 2008: Rural Lincoln, Nebraska.


February 5, 2008: Heavy snow begins to fall in Lincoln, Nebraska.


February 1, 2008, east campus of UNL.


January 29, 2008: A red glow remains after sunset behind the skyline of Lincoln, NE


January 29, 2008: A red glow remains after sunset behind the skyline of Lincoln, NE

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