The Nebraska State in the United States has a county named Keith wherein there is a city called Ogallala. During the era of Nebraska Territory, the Pony Express stopped at this city. Later on, the city was a stop along the transcontinental railroad. Ogallala is the county seat of Keith County. The elevation of this city is 3,222 feet. The gross area of this city is 3.4 square miles out of which land is spread over 3.3 square miles and 0.1 square miles is occupied by water. This city lies in the US Mountain Time Zone. The name of this city was used while naming the Ogallala Aquifer.
As per the 2000 census, the population of Ogallala was 4,930.
The coolest month in Ogallala is January when the temperature varies from 7.4 to 30.5 degrees Fahrenheit. The warmest months are July and August when the temperature alters from 62 or 63 to 88 to 89 degrees Fahrenheit. The average yearly precipitation in the city is 26.19 inches.
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