Climate affects many aspects of our daily lives. Transportation, industrial
processes, tourism, environment, and agriculture are closely tied to climatic
factors. Even our recreation and general lifestyles ...
The National Weather Service San Francisco Bay area office offers
climate data sets covering the San Francisco Bay area, the state of
California, and the United States.
Below is a summary of available ...
The National Weather Service in Kansas City, Missouri offers
climatology data sets for Kansas City with some data from St.
Joseph, Missouri. All data sets may be accessed via World Wide
Web from the ...
The CRONOS (Climate Retrieval and Observations Network Of the Southeast
Database) database is an online interface to weather and climate observations
collected from automated sensors in North Carolina ...
Surface land and maritime observing stations report various meteorological
variables that describe the current weather. These variables include basic
measurements such as temperature, relative humidity, ...
The Weather World 2010 project at the University of Illinois offers an
on-line investigation of Hurricane Andrew. This storm originated as a
tropical depression on August 16, 1992 and became a hurricane ...
The Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training (COMET) was established in 1989 by NOAA and UCAR as a broad effort to affect meteorology education and training in the United ...
Environmental manipulation studies are integral to determine impacts of climate warming. Chambers are predominantly used to assess summer warming on terrestrial biota, while changes during other seasons ...
The National Weather Service Forecast Office in Sterling, Virginia
offers preliminary climate data sets for the weather stations at the
three major Washington D.C. Area airports (BWI, DCA, IAD) and ...
The home page of the Ohio State Climatology Office offers links to various
sources of climate data for that state. Included are links to data covering the
- Public Access (Free) ...
The home page of the New Hampshire State Climate Office, located on the
University of New Hampshire (UNH) campus, offers many links to New Hampshire
and U.S. National and Regional Climate Data. Most ...
This case contains data from the well-known "storm of the century",
which devastated the eastern third of the United States in mid-March
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