Dawes County in the Nebraska State in the United States has a city named Chadron. This city is the county seat of Dawes County. The Chadron State College is located in this city. The elevation of this city is 3,379 feet. The gross area of this city is 3.6 square miles and this is entirely occupied by land. The city is encircled by prairie grassland which has a gap towards the South of lightly forested hills. As per the culture of this city, the “Fur Trade Days” are celebrated which are an annual community celebration. This event is celebrated to honor the city regarding its origins as a hide and fur trading post for French and other settlers in the 1800s.
As per the 2000 census, the population of Chadron was 5,634.
The coolest month in Chadron is December. The temperature alters from 6.9 to 31.6 degrees Fahrenheit. July is the warmest month when the temperature varies from 62.9 to 94.5 degrees Fahrenheit. The average annual precipitation is 14.37 inches.
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