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Atmospheric Disturbance Climatology System

Provided by the US Forest Service, this page on Atmospheric Disturbance Climatology offers multiple series of spectacular color figures depicting geographic distributions of the major abiotic factors influencing biota in the north central and northeastern US. For instance, daily maximum and minimum temperature data from the National Climate Data Center (NCDC) are displayed as color maps, showing...
Climate Atlas of the United States

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) has published (for purchase) a new CD Atlas containing 737 color maps of climatic elements, such as temperature, precipitation, snow, wind, pressure, etc., of the contiguous US from 1961 to 1990. Five of these maps can be previewed at NOAA's online store: Annual Mean Daily Average Temperature, Total Precipitation, Snowfall, Sea Level...
Climate of 2001: January in Historical Perspective

The National Climatic Data Center recently released these data as part of its ongoing monthly series of reports on climate in historical perspective. Extreme events of January 2001 included ice storms in the southeastern US, heavy rains and flooding in Bolivia, and record snowfall and low temperatures (down to -37 degrees Celsius) in North Korea. The main page gives a map showing blended global...
NOAA: Weather-Ready Nation

The focus of NOAA's Weather-Ready Nation website is to build community "resilience in the face of increasing vulnerability to extreme weather and water events." On the site, visitors can make their way through sections that include Events, Resources, Be a Force of Nature, and Are you Weather-Ready? This last area is a great public resource for those looking to get ready for extreme weather,...