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The September 2022 three-month summaries of climate impacts and outlooks are now available for 11 regions and subregions.
New nClimGrid-Daily features gridded fields with area averages of daily temperature and precipitation amounts for the contiguous United States.
The World Ocean Atlas Team released a new 1991–2020 climate normals.
Get to know Christiane Reiser, a Physical Scientist and Bathymetry Data Manager.
The global land and ocean temperature departure from average for August 2022 was the sixth highest on record for the month of August.
During August, the average contiguous U.S. temperature was 74.6°F, 2.5°F above the 20th-century average.
The 4th NOAA Workshop on Leveraging AI in Environmental Sciences continues to support ways to use artificial intelligence to enhance science.
The first coordinated collaboration among international tsunami scientists emerged in the wake of the 1992 Nicaragua tsunami.
We announce the release of the State of the Climate in 2021 report, an annual assessment of Earth’s climate system.
We’re announcing the release of the State of the Climate in 2019 report, an annual assessment of Earth’s climate system.