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Nebraska is a mid-western state and is on the Great Plains. Nebraska is bordered by six states, which are Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, South Dakota and Wyoming. The capital city is Lincoln, whilst the largest city by population is Omaha. It is known for its farming and grain processing.

The climate in Nebraska is one of cold winters and hot summers. It has a continental climate and varies considerably from the east to the west. The normal monthly minimum for the month of January is 21f/-6c and for July, the maximums are 76f/24c. Average rainfall for the year is about 30 inches.

Scuba dive sites in Nebraska are limited, but the following three are reasonbly popular. Lewis and Clark Lake is popular for diving with a maximum depth of about 15 meters. Lake McConaughy is Nebraska’s largest lake and has a maximum depth of 45 meters with plenty of Bass, Carp and Perch. Maximum visibility is about 15 meters. Harlan County Lake is Nebraska’s second largest lake and is also used for

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