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NOAA: April 2016 was 12th consecutive record warm month

NOAA released their monthly climate report for the globe for April 2016 today.  You can read the summary at http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/summary-info/global/201604 and follow their links to a full report.  Many parts of the globe were at record-setting warm levels, although a few cold pools were still present, including east of Hudson Bay and…
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Variable rainfall and somewhat warmer than normal conditions across the Southeast in April 2016

Preliminary statistics from the High Plains Regional Climate Center indicate that the majority of the Southeast was above normal in temperature, although areas in the eastern Carolinas and a band of southern Georgia were cooler than normal.  Precipitation was variable across the region, with wet conditions stretching from central and…
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