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About Storm Data Publications
Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomena contain a chronological listing, by state, of hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorms, hail, floods, drought conditions, lightning, high winds, snow, temperature extremes and other weather phenomena. The reports are provided by the National Weather Service and contain statistics on personal injuries and damage estimates. STORM DATA is a publication of the National Climatic Data Center.
Samples of this and other NCDC
publications can be found on the Samples of Our Most Popular Publications page. A list of zones is available in PDF format in the Forecast Zone Table.
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Preliminary Storm Data Pubs
1996 (file size: 704 kb)
1997 (file size: 390 kb)
1998 (file size: 753 kb)
1999 (file size: 763 kb)
2000 (file size: 783 kb)
2001 (file size: 791 kb)
2002 (file size: 789 kb)
2003 (file size: 778 kb)
2004 (file size: 1368 kb)
2005 (file size: 850 kb)
2006 (file size: 1072 kb)
2007 (file size: 739 kb)
2008 (file size: 1109 kb)
2009 (file size: 610 kb)
State and County FIPS
NWS Forecast Zones Table
NWS Marine Forecast Zones Table