Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

July 2015 precipitation varied widely across Georgia

  July 2015 was warm across the state of Georgia, with departures of slightly over 1 degree F across the region.  The warmest areas were generally also the driest.  Precipitation varied from 3.4 inches below normal near Macon to 5.1 inches above normal near Brunswick. Temperatures across the state were…
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Preliminary July statistics for the Southeast

The preliminary climate statistics for July 2015 for the Southeast show that temperatures were generally above normal everywhere except for small areas of North Carolina and Virginia.  Precipitation across the region was fairly close to normal, with the wettest conditions in the peninsula of Florida and in northern North Carolina. …
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NOAA: June 2015 the warmest on record for the globe

NOAA released their monthly climate summary for June 2015 earlier this week.  You can read the summary report at http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/201506.  The data show that June 2015 was the warmest on record (since official records began in 1880) for the globe as a whole, although some areas were cooler than average.  The…
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