Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

Beyond the Data: State weather extremes

The latest blog post from Deke Arndt in’s Beyond the Data discusses the state-by-state extremes in weather reported by the National Centers for Environmental Information. These include tidbits like the lowest low temperature, the highest high, the biggest hailstone, the strongest wind, etc. Are all of these records reliable? How…
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Sun missing from Europe this winter

According to The Guardian, this winter has been one of the least sunny winters in history in Europe, with many places only receiving a few hours of direct sunlight this month. That is a small fraction of what they normally get. I can remember very cloudy winters in western Michigan…
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More rain this week

The latest 7 day QPF map shows that most of the Southeast will get about an inch of rain this week. The exception is the northern peninsula of Florida, which could get up to two inches of rain as the latest front stalls out there. A lot of the rain…
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NWS: New Water Resources Outlook video

The National Weather Service’s Southeast River Forecast Center has published their latest video rendition of the monthly water outlook this week. This one takes a special look at the reservoirs around the Southeast and where they are compared to normal conditions. You can view it at
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