Climatological Data for Amundsen-Scott, Antarctica is a historical publication archived at the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC). This publication was a product of the U.S. Weather Bureau and the agency that succeeded it, the National Weather Service. The publication consists of tabular presentations of surface weather and upper air observations. Tabular data presented in this publication ... include the following: 1. Monthly and annual percentiles and extremes, for each year, of station pressure and station temperature. 2. Percent of days, for each month and year, with various atmospheric phenomena. 3. Peak wind speed (knots) and direction for each day of each year. 4. Percent frequency of sky cover, and mean cloud amount, for the hours 00, 06, 12, and 18 GMT for each month. 5. Percent frequency of visibility (statute miles) for the hours 00, 06, 12, and 18 GMT for each month. 6. Percent frequency of various ceiling-visibility combinations for each month and year. 7. Percent frequency of various temperature-wind speed combinations for each month. 8. Percent frequency of wind direction versus wind speed and hour for each month. 9. A complete listing of standard level data (height, temperature, relative humidity, and wind direction and speed) for each rawinsonde observation taken at 0000 and 1200 GMT. The data are from 1957-1975. There are 14 volumes of the publication consisting of 1-3 years of data per volume. Volume 14 contains the last two years, plus a climatological data summary of Amundsen-Scott surface data for the entire 1957-1975 period. NCDC has volumes 11-14 in the Technical Library.