According to NOAA scientists, the globally averaged temperature for September 2012 tied with 2005 as the warmest September since recordkeeping began in 1880.
According to the October 9 U.S. Drought Monitor, moderate to exceptional drought covers 63.6% of the contiguous U.S.
NCDC and the Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites–North Carolina (CICS-NC) will host the first Dataset Discovery Day in Asheville, NC.
Climate.gov posted a new video about September conditions and wildfires starring NCDC's Deke Arndt.
The average U.S.temperature for September was 67.0°F, 1.4°F above the long-term average.
According to the October 2 U.S. Drought Monitor, moderate to exceptional drought covers 64.6% of the contiguous U.S.
NCDC and international partners released a beta version of an innovative data holding that brings together new and existing sources of surface air temperature.
According to the September 25 U.S. Drought Monitor, moderate to exceptional drought covers 65.6% of the contiguous U.S.
September 25, 2012, NCDC announced the release of the Northern Hemisphere Snow Cover Extent (SCE) Climate Data Record (CDR).
NOAA climate and weather experts look back at August, make predictions for the next three months, and discuss sea ice conditions in the Arctic.