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Climate Matters Quick Links:

2015: Click here    2014: Click here    2013: Click here    2012: Click here
 

2016:

January
2015 Temp Review
Fewer Cold Nights
2015: Hottest Global Year
Coldest Days of Winter
February
Groundhog Day & Superbowl
Winter Precip: More Rain,
   Less Snow

Four Seasons of Warming
Unnatural Flood Days
March
Early Spring
Ice, Ice, Maybe?
Trouble Brewing
NOAA: Hottest Feb, Winter
Status of the Global Climate in 2015
Opening Day: Bringing the Heat
April
Winter Precip, Western Snowpack
Nenana Ice Classic: 100 Years
Houston Floods
Earth Day, New Baseline
South Asia Monsoon Outlook
Allergies Ahead (Pollen)
 
   


Fact Sheets:

Fact #1:    Carbon Dioxide is a Heat-Trapping Gas
Fact #2:    We Are Adding More Carbon Dioxide to the Atmosphere All the Time
Fact #3:    Temperatures are Rising
Fact #4:    Sea Level is Rising
Fact #5:    Climate Change Can be Natural, but What's Happening Now Can't be Explained by Natural Forces
Fact #6:    The Terms “Global Warming” and “Climate Change” Are Almost Interchangeable
Fact #7:    We Can Already See The Effects of Climate Change
Fact #8:    Large Regions of The World Are Seeing a Significant Increase In Extreme Weather Events, Including                     Torrential Rainstorms, Heat Waves And Droughts
Fact #9:    Frost and Snowstorms Will Still Happen in a Warmer World
Fact #10:  Global Warming is a Long-Term Trend; It Doesn’t Mean Next Year Will Always Be Warmer Than This Year

 


 

4/27/2016 - Allergies Ahead (Pollen)

 


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4/26/2016 - WMO South Asia Monsoon Outlook

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4/20/2016 - Happy Earth Day

 


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4/18/2016 - Houston Floods

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4/13/2016 - Nenana Ice Classic: 100 Years

 


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4/4/2016 - Winter Precip and Western Snowpack

 


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3/30/16 - Opening Day: Bringing the Heat

 


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3/21/16 - WMO Statement on the Status of the Global Climate in 2015

 


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3/17/16 - NOAA Analysis - Hottest February and Winter on Record

 


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3/16/16 - Trouble Brewing

 


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3/9/16 - Ice, Ice, Maybe?

 


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3/2/16 - Early Spring

 


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2/23/16 - Unnatural Coastal Floods

 


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2/17/16 - Four Seasons of Warming

 


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2/10/16 - Winter Precipitation: More Rain, Less Snow

 


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2/2/16 - Groundhog Day & The Superbowl

 


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1/27/16 - Coldest Days of Winter

 


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1/20/16 - 2015: Hottest Global Year on Record

 


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1/13/16 - Fewer Cold Nights

 


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1/7/16 - 2015 U.S. Temperatures in Review

 


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With Climate Change, More Rain or Snow? A Climate Central analysis found an increase in the percentage of winter precipitation falling as rain in many western states.

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