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According to the August 18 U.S. Drought Monitor, moderate to exceptional drought covers 30.6% of the United States including Puerto Rico.
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NOAA continually supports efforts to improve its observations and data, and 2020 is no exception.
The July 2020 global land and ocean surface temperature was 1.66°F (0.92°C) above average, tying with 2016 as the second-warmest July on record.
According to the August 11 U.S. Drought Monitor, moderate to extreme drought covers 28.8% of the United States including Puerto Rico.
We’re announcing the release of the State of the Climate in 2019 report, an annual assessment of Earth’s climate system.
Get to know the people behind the data with Data Steward, Dr. Laurel Rachmeler.
During July, the average contiguous U.S. temperature was 75.7°F, 2.1°F above the 20th-century average.
According to the August 4 U.S. Drought Monitor, moderate to extreme drought covers 28% of the United States including Puerto Rico.