A massive blizzard hit the Northeast February 9–11, 2013 bringing more than 2.5 feet of snow to some areas, which left thousands of people without power and stranded countless airline passengers. This blizzard rated 3 out of 5 on the Regional Snowfall Index (RSI) scale according to preliminary observations through 7:00 AM Sunday.
According to the February 5 U.S. Drought Monitor, moderate to exceptional drought covers 56.8% of the contiguous U.S.
NCDC’s staff consists of a variety of individuals ranging in expertise from climate scientists to information technology, or IT, specialists like STG Inc. contractor, Adam Ierymenko.
Every February 2, crowds gather across the United States to find out if a particular groundhog saw his shadow—but how often do these furry “forecasters” actually get it right?
According to the January 29 U.S. Drought Monitor, moderate to exceptional drought covers 57.7% of the contiguous U.S.
NCDC recently released a new version of its Climate Data Online (CDO) web application, which now provides access to supplemental Normals data and includes a number of new text search features.
In 2012, Canada and the United States amended the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement to facilitate bilateral action on threats to Great Lakes water quality. To address a new provision, NOAA’s Central Region Climate Services Director Doug Kluck was appointed Cochair of the Subcommittee on Climate Change Impacts to provide that information.
According to the January 22 U.S. Drought Monitor, moderate to exceptional drought covers 57.6% of the contiguous U.S.
According to the January 15 U.S. Drought Monitor, moderate to exceptional drought covers 58.9% of the contiguous U.S.