May 7 had the most precipitation of any day at:

Hebron, 8.59 inches; previous record, 7.80 inches on July 25, 1992.

Rural Crete, 8.10 inches; previous record, 6.05 inches on May 6, 2007.

Rural Superior, 7.13 inches; previous record, 5.18 inches on Sept. 3, 1973.

Calendar day record for May 7:

Lincoln, 3.77 inches of rain; previous record, 1.71 inches in 1995.

Western, 6.85 inches; previous record, 2.35 inches in 1971.

Logan, Iowa, 2.53 inches; previous record, 1.40 inches in 1973.

Most snow of any day in May:

Rural Chadron, 14.02 inches on May 10; previous record, 7.01 inches on May 5, 1942.

Sources: National Climatic Data Center, High Plains Regional Climate Center

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